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Old 06-03-2004, 03:05 AM   #1
rmdnet
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Gnome 2.6 and nautilus


Hi,

Yesterday I upgraded Gnome from 2.4 to 2.6. I use Mandrake 10 and I updated it from cooker. Now, Gnome starts but Nautilus gives me a segfault. I think Nautilus 2.6.1 is using 2.4.0.1 libraries although I have libnautilus 2.6.1 installed. Do you know a way to be sure of what libraries is Nautilus using?. And the way to change it?. Perhaps the solution is other ...

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