Well, you're original gtk was the mdk version, right?  If this
is the case, then your `upgrade' using the redhat binary didnt
uninstall the mandrake version first.  I suggest doing this by
hand, then installing the redhat rpm.  I thought both of these
distributions put gtk in /usr, but you may want to see if your
newer gtk-config script is in '/usr/local/bin'  If this is the
case, then you can probably just delete the old file, and hope
things get found okay (that's how my system is set up, with an
old version in /usr/lib, but I don't like it that way).

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