Subject: Re: Problem with xcdroast and KDE3.3
To: Gianmaria De Tommasi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 03/01/2005 15:49:02
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005, Gianmaria De Tommasi wrote:
> Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> >You probably still need to rebuild and reinstall the pkgsrc/x11/gtk2
> I have done it but I don't have the xpm package on my machine
> I'm trying do download it but it seems that there is no precompiled
> package on the netbsd site, neither I'm able to found the sources...
> Maybe I have to read more the manuals :o)
Xpm should already be included with your X11 Windowing System (such as
XFree86 or X.org).
It is also available via pkgsrc at graphics/xpm.
> >>>I am curious: how did you install your gtk2+ package after you rebuilt
> >>>and reinstalled glib2?
> First I have installed NetBSD + KDEbase from a CD that I bought with a
> magazine, then I've downloaded the "package/All" dir from the netbsd ftp
> site and a start to update the previous packages and to install new ones
I am glad you are trying NetBSD! Somehow you have a mix-and-match of
packages. This should not happen. But it did.
You may want to update your pkgsrc directory.
Maybe look at
Then try again rebuilding your devel/glib2 and x11/gtk2 and others as
Jeremy C. Reed
open source, Unix, *BSD, Linux training