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Old 11-03-2003, 07:32 AM   #1
dave37
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gftp gone after ximian upgrade to 1.4


Among some other strange things that happened after upgrading ximian 1.2 to 1.4, AND installing the Ximian desktop gftp no longer appears under the internet desktop menu.

I tried downloading gftp and installing, but during the ./configure it prompts me that glib is missing, if I check in Synaptic, glib has been changed to a .ximian file version. If I check the Redhat add/remove packages manager, there is no longer an option to add/remove Gnome or KDE.

Any ideas on how to get gftp up and running, it's the only app I haven't been able to get going since upgrading ximian. Any ideas either on reverting back to ximian 1.2? No idea how to do it.

Thank you

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