On Mon, Jun 07, 2004 at 11:15:32PM -0400, BandiPat wrote: > On Monday 07 June 2004 06:58 pm, Robert Krueger wrote: > [...] > > [...] > > I don't know how much you have been mucking around with your setup, but > it sounds as if you might have gotten things wanky. You could always > do a repair from your SuSE discs, to put things back or you could > update to 9.1 and get Gimp 2.x in the process. ;o) > heh, wanky.
> You can also download the Gnome files from their ftp for 9.0 and > probably settle things down too, if you are wanting to compile the > newer version. One other thing, I believe in one of the mails, someone > mentioned glibc. glibc is one of those things one should not mess with > on their setup as it provides the base for all Linux. It is extremely > fragile and updating or changing things are a bad idea. That's not to > say one can't do it, but due to the nature of it's existence, it's > recommended strongly not too! > well, i think this is kde giving you problems. if you are using the g* software, glib is hardly changing. i got bored with updating it from cvs. i think that you are confusing glib with kde and glib working together on a display. i also consider you a very valuable gimp resource as you got gimp to work with kde and continue to. but glib has been "done" for a long time. the changes have been merely cosmetic. it is c, not wanky for a long time now. carol _______________________________________________ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user