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Old 07-18-2003, 03:22 PM   #1
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pkgtk - compliling with threads


I am trying to install the gnoii package, which is a gui interface for my nomad mp3 player. When I try to install I get an error:

threads have not been compiled into your pygtk library

I read some where that I could change the "configure" option in the .spec file, but I checked that and it is already configure to compile with threads.

Any help would be appriciated
 
  


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