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Old 04-21-2005, 04:53 AM   #1
wrytin
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Registered: Apr 2005
Location: Cantong
Distribution: arch
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gnome-terminal and nautilus cant run


i setup my archlinux-base0.7,and install gnome and nautilus.well,it seems OK.but when i exec nantilus in xterm,it refuses to work ,and shows me the error message bellow,

[root@wrytin ~]#nautilus
nautilus:symbol lookup error: nautilus: undefined symbol: sn_launchee_context_get_id_has_timestamp

and the gnome-terminal have the same problem,

[root@wrytin ~]#gnome-ternal
gnome-ternal:symbol lookup error: gnome-terminal: undefined symbol: sn_launchee_context_get_id_has_timestamp

some of my friends also meat this trouble!
 
  


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