I have had some problems with this, I think, when I log in as a user and
then I "su" into root.  su doesn't have permission to run my "X".  So
log in as root and install gtk.  (I think) 

Also running "/sbin/ldconfig" does wonders for helping ./configure find
gtk.  But not always.  If you have an old version of gtk around--get rid
of it or hide it.

Gerald Brosseau wrote:
> so I tried to remove "gtk" files and
> to re-compile the gtk package but then I can't again with the message:
> 
> checking for GLIB - version >= 1.2.8... yes
> checking for X... no
> configure: error:
> *** X libraries or include files not found. Check 'config.log' for
> *** more details.
> 
> and then configure failed, anyone can help me ???
> 
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