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From: Mike S <michael_six@...>
Subject: Re: Conflicting packages?
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 18:32:39 -0700
Mike S wrote:

> I think I may have made a boo boo when I first emerged the system and 
> it was carried over when I did the emerge world.
> In my Desktop menu on the gnome desktop I have a settings option.  
> Contained in this is Desktop, Document Handlers, Multimedia, 
> Peripherals, File types and programs, and Gnome Control Center.  This 
> would generally not be a bad thing, I would think, except every one of 
> these options bring me to a window that says gnome control center, but 
> does not look like the "real" gnome control center that you get when 
> you go to Applications > Settings > Gnome Control Center, which brings 
> up a window titled Desktop Preferences.  Searching control-center in 
> porthole I have 2.10.1-r1 installed under slot 2 and 
> installed under slot 1.  My guess is that these are conflicting.
> Am I right in guessing this, and if so doesn anyone know how to fix this?
> --Mike S

As an update to this I figured out that that old control-center does do 
something, but I never noticed before because until now I never had 
anything built on gtk1, now I just built gtk-gnutella on gtk1

So thanks, but I would still like to know if they should be able to 
co-exist together without conflicting.

--Mike S
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