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From: "James Borrone" < jborrone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2005 12:32:08 -0500
Subject: Re: lost files
I tried that. After installing GTK, I tried launching the program, and
it came up with the same error message, that it could not find those
files. I looked for the files in the installed GTK program, and could
not locate them
>>> Xyber Blue <xyberblue@xxxxxxxxx> 12/07/05 8:51 PM >>>
Those are the static libraries for gtk and glib. You can find these
/usr/lib directory since linux distros bundled already these packages
that if you installed the gtk.
You can create these files by downloading the gtk source at www.gtk.org
On 12/8/05, James Borrone <jborrone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am trying to determine how to find the following files, they are not
> presently on my machine and ws wondering if they are downloadable.
> I am not a programmer, and have very limited knowledge of the
> environment,, so basically if your mom wold not understand what you
> writing neither would I. I am just trying to get a program to work,
> it needs to find these files.
> James Borrone
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