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    Error GModule-CRITICAL


    Do you know what action the following error is caused by? Any solutions to fix it?

    (process:31606): GModule-CRITICAL **: g_module_close: assertion `module != NULL' failed

    Thank you!

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    gmodule is Gnome's dynamic plugin loader. Some gnome component has a bug in it. What linux distribution+version and which gnome version are you running? And what were you doing at the time it crashed?
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    I am running Fedora 14 and Gnome 2.32, this error came up after nufw's starting command:

    $ nuauth

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    So, how did you install nufw? Via a yum repository, rpm file, or build from source?
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    I did it from source

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    Then I would guess that you need to run the configure script with some options that weren't default. I'm not familiar with this tool, so that is about as much as I can help, I'm afraid.
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