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Well, the root of my problem is this. I have no gmodule-no-export, and I have no idea where to find it. It doesn't show up on any slackware package sites, there isn't any project website for it, it just seems like most people have it. I assume it must be installed as a part of something else, but I don't know what. I thought it was glib, but all of my glib files are up to date.
The history of the problem is thus: I was trying to do some coding with gtkmm, and was getting complier errors. It turned out I was missing atk, which was a gtk+ dependency (strange, as all my gtk stuff worked fine without it). So, I got that, that error was eliminated, but now I'm getting errors about pkg-config not being able to find gmodule-no-export-2.0, which is logical, because it's not in my /usr/lib/pkgconfig OR my /usr/local/lib/pkgconfig. In fact, there's nothing with that name on my system. I know that it exists, and it can be installed somehow, but I have no idea where it is. I looked through a Slackware mirror, and it's nowhere to be found. slapt-get doesn't recognize any variation of the package name, etc.