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You are in a typical situation where the platform used to build the binary kit does not match the one of your platform. The warning about libstdc++ comes from a mismatch of the version of g++ between the one I have used to build the binary kit and the one of your machine. For this kit, I have used a g++-3.2.3 on an Intel 32 bits. Then what is your compiler version and kind of machine ? If I can put the hand on a similar machine I can build for you the osc_vis binary kit.
Else the best is that you attempt to build the osc_vis kit from source. (Then see instructions on the web pages).