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Old 08-04-2009, 08:49 PM   #1
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problem installing gtk2, 2 glib with different version

well, i want to use msfgui [metasploit framewrok gui],and because of that i must install gtk2 on my fc9 os,
i install pkg-config version 0.23 then glib version 2.20 with no problem and all gtk2 dependencies ,but when i try to install gtk2 it gives me error that i must install glib version 2.17.3 or better but i just already install glib version 2.20, also glib version 2.** has been setup when i install fc9 on my laptop.i think I've got 2 glib with different version.
thank you for helping,
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