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Re: F9 - Weird GTK behavior



David Timms wrote:
Michael Schwendt wrote:
On Wed, 11 Jun 2008 09:07:49 -0700, Clifford Snow wrote:
Any suggestions?

Common sense, please. It sounds like a grave bug. Even if you deal with
"all of the hidden files", the file dialogue (or one of the components it
depends on) must not crash. Try to ensure that none of your installed
packages are damaged (examine "rpm -Va"), capture a full strack-trace [1]
by running an application like gedit from within a terminal, and submit a
bug report a bugzilla.redhat.com

Could it be that some updates to gtk stuff have come through, but you have yet to reboot ?


Are we talking about Linux or Windows? What in GTK would require a reboot? I thought GTK was related to graphics, not the base OS.

Just trying to learn.
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Robin Laing


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