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Probably so... it just seems really strange. Could it be that 0.66 and 0.68 install to different directories, and 0.68 is taking precedence in the PATH? Try running "find / ...
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    Probably so... it just seems really strange. Could it be that 0.66 and 0.68 install to different directories, and 0.68 is taking precedence in the PATH? Try running "find / -name '*gaim*'" and see if you can find any remnants.

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    i didnt really think this would be the case because before i install them i always remove the normal paths that they install in. and for soem reason i cant get it to copy and paste the outcome of the line you gave me.. but s there something specific i should look for?
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    ok, now im getting annoyed....i deleted EVERYTHING i could possibly find then recompiled it and its still really bad....arg....ill post screenshots after school

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    http://www.angelfire.com/linux/wtpkh01/messedgaim.jpg

    theres a screenshot of this stupid thing....

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    OK, now im really annoyed/pissed. well i just found out the whole reason for this BS.....well i compiled .68 again....WHICH is now stable by the way and it did the same thing.....well just for the hell of it i just opened it in "su" and it worked PERFECT....so what gives? i ./configured and make both in user then su'ed then make install.....so i dont know why....but i want it to work normal in user mode....

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    sorry for 5 posts in a row....but i got more **** goin on....heres what i found out.....when i try and MSG someone with it signed on ROOT it gives me this
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    mcop warning: user defined signal handler found for SIG_PIPE, overriding
    /tmp/mcop-troy is not owned by user
    then when i try and sign on as user it get this....making it SEEM underdeveloped.
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    bash-2.05b$ gaim
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap about_menu.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap accounts.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap change-bgcolor-small.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap gaim_auth.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap gaim_cool.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap gaim_error.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap gaim_info.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap gaim_question.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap gaim_warning.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap change-fgcolor-small.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap edit.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap away.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap msgpend.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap connect.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap offline.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap online.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap msgunread.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap send-im.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap insert-image-small.png 
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap insert-link-small.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap logo.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap pause.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap send-im.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap insert-smiley-small.png 
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap text_bigger.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap text_normal.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap text_smaller.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap typed.png
     
     
    ** (gaim:2362): CRITICAL **: Unable to load stock pixmap typing.png
     
     
    (gaim:2362): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: file gdk-pixbuf-scale.c: line 235 (gdk_pixbuf_scale_simple): assertion `src != NULL' failed
     
    (gaim:2362): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: file gobject.c: line 1337 (g_object_unref): assertion `G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed
     
    (gaim:2362): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: file gobject.c: line 1337 (g_object_unref): assertion `G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed
    mcop warning: user defined signal handler found for SIG_PIPE, overriding

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    Maybe some permissions got wrong while installing, especially considering that root can run it. Check the permissions of the indicated files and see what it says.

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    sorry i only know how to change permissions not check them...how do i check them? and root can run it but not really....see root can run all the images and such but when i send a message to someone it crashes and gives me that error i posted

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    Run "ls -l" on the file and check the mode on the leftmost part of the output.

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    im still unsure of what file im supposed to be checking?


    and how do i look for everything on my system named gaim? i could just try and chown everything with the name gaim in it and maybe that willl solve it?

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