thank you for your response. Is there hope to get a fix for this problem any time soon?
I also asked for an Enterprise Linux compatible tetio.so library in the past and I did not had any follow-up (tetio.so for RedHat 6 / CentOS 6). No doubt that Ubuntu is a popular platform, although they tend to fiddle a bit with core libs, making it really hard to make Ubuntu compiled binaries to link properly on other distros. For tetio.so lib, some symbols of a dependency (libcurl.so) are versionned symbols on Ubuntu and not CentOS.