>> It ran OK the first time (missing Gnome foot icon in the config
>> when I close it down, it didn't want to start up again. Instead
>> complained like so:
>Hmm, not sure what this could be, anyone else?
>> Then I installed xchat, and that went fine. It installed a whole
>> Gnome stuff. Xchat runs OK! No problems with Xchat. So I
>> .gnome/Pan and .pan/ and tried to start it again. I started up with
>> wizard again (because I deleted its settings), and this time it had a
>> foot icon correctly displayed. I followed through, then quit and
>> start pan again... And it keeps dying the same way. I am guessing
>> some dependencies still missing?
>I don't have time to look into this today, someone else (Azarah?)
Pan runs fine here, but then I had Gnome merged. All I can think, is
that Pan do indeed depend on gnome-core and gnome-libs, and should not
be merged without (maybe it did at first, but changed later on), or it
is because gdk-pixbuf was not merged with gnome in the USE flags.
Try the following: Make sure gnome is in use flags, then remerge
gdk-pixbuf. Then make sure gnome-base/gnome-core and
gnome-base/gnome-libs are merged, and remerge Pan.
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