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I'm trying to get gtk-gnutella running, got it downloaded fine but it can't find my gtk library. For that matter, I can't find the file it's asking for either - gtk-config. I've done several finds without avail...nothing in /etc/gtk seems helpful here.
I suspect I don't have GTK properly installed or something (this is a out-of-the-box SuSE 7.3 setup and I've tried installing GTK directly from the YaST setup disks)...at the very least, it isn't in the path. For that, where do I tweak the path for the root shell? (isn't /root/.bashrc for instance) Also, are changes made to PATH variables in the various .rc files effective immediately or is there a reset task I should do?
I tried re-installing a fresh version of gtk, (gtk+-1.2.8-1.i386.rpm) but it gave me a handful of stupid errors:
error: failed dependencies:
gtk is needed by gkrellm-1.2.1-33
gtk is needed by libglade-0.16-195
So basically, it's a mess but I don't think I'm that far away, it's probably a combination of one or two stupid things that I seem unable to fix.