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i just isntalled nautilus 2.4.1 and it doesnt work gnome loads fien but no background/icons/anything else run by nautilus, and when i try to run it from a terminal i ...
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    nautilus wont load


    i just isntalled nautilus 2.4.1 and it doesnt work

    gnome loads fien but no background/icons/anything else run by nautilus, and when i try to run it from a terminal i get
    Code:
    [hellmasker@aeris hellmasker]$ nautilus
    nautilus: relocation error: /usr/lib/libnautilus-private.so.2: undefined symbol: eel_gconf_key_is_writable
    any ideas?

    also i seem to have lost whatever font openoffice was using when i installed xfree-4.3.99.902-fonts.etc.etc because it shows up with just ... on all the menus etc, can someone tell me where openoffice puts its config files so i can change it.

    thanks

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    If you installed this from source into /usr/local, it seems that the older libraries still linger in /usr. You'll need to remove them before the source installation will work properly.

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    i think i will go download the source, that was an rpm isntall.

    u dont know where the openoffice configs are?

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    check /opt/OpenOffice.org/

    that's the install dir in the gentoo ebuild...

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    ok i didnt think i had a /opt dir. apparently i do but its only go 2 desktop shortcuts for kde in it, dont ask me why they are there. but no openoffice

    ok i found it
    /etc/openoffice/openoffice.conf in case anyone else has the same problem

    i really should have looked before i posted this, but it was too late and i was tired.

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