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If you're using KDE, right click on the KDE logo in the Kicker, click on Menu Editor,then Development, then Emacs, then the square in the GUI - that brings up all the icons. Hope that's clear enough.
Curious. Starting from the GUI works but I normally start with a setup script from a rxvt window. From a terminal window the script works as it is supposed to do giving a full functional emacs. Guess I'll have to give up trying to minimize the impact of the user interface on my number crunching.
On the keybindings -- I use a special keymap in my terminals (and I boot to runlevel 3). The default, I believe has only one of the alt keys set up as a meta key. I call my custom keymap during startup with the rc.keymap script.
Toolbar icons -- I built Emacs 23.2 from source on Slackware64_13 and noticed that the toolbar has different icons than Emacs 22.3. I know that the defaults are different, but the SlackBuild script in the source for Emacs 23.2 in -current configures it with the GTK toolkit. I suspect that the original poster is either having trouble with the GTK icons or there's a problem with the makefile of the new version of Emacs.
I guess the question is whether or not other people are having the same trouble in -current with Emacs 23.2.