What happened after gnome upgrade??

R. M. Los Ralph at boundariez.com
Wed Apr 14 21:13:55 PDT 2004

On Wed, 2004-04-14 at 22:08, Vulpes Velox wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 19:48:32 -0400
> "R. M. Los" <Ralph at boundariez.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >   Something strange has happened.  In gnome-2.4 I had the
> > CPU/Memory/Network monitors setup on my bottom bar, as well as my
> > battery meter, etc.  Now with Gnome-2.6 upgraded (mostly OK, crashed
> > towards the VERY end...), all my things don't work right anymore. 
> > All apps like GnomeMeeting, the battery meter, etc appear to be
> > completely messed up.  For the most part, they run, but none of the
> > words, etc are there!  The battery meter, when I click on it, only
> > shows the "Do Not Enter" ERROR box, no text and nothing else visible
> > - again, no words, etc.  The same goes for GnomeMeeting.  Also when
> > I try to run the proccess display applet, nothing shows up, just the
> > line graph of CPU usage, but nothing such as process names,
> > descriptions, etc or menu items along the top shows up anymore.  HOW
> > do I fix this?!
> GTK+ was updated recently and this sounds like what happens when apps
> that use it get out of sync with it. You will have to recompile
> everything that uses GTK+. I suggest portupgraded.
> /me recently saw this himself with the gtk apps he uses when updated
> gtk+

So you're suggesting "portupgrade -irR gtk" ??  That sounds just as logical
as anything else, I guess.... is this your suggestion?


Mr. R M Los - Information Security Consultant
Ralph (at) boundariez (dot) com

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