Gnome crash...where to start?
So, I've just switched to linux again, now that I finally have enough time on my hands to actually dig in and figure out how things work, and most all is well except for one problem.
I can't run openoffice or winecfg without gnome crashing. (I've also just found that Neverputt crashes it too). It looks like it's loading them for a few seconds, then goes back to the terminal (showing whatever is on it last, but no errors) and then takes me back to the gui login screen.
I've tried running winecfg on the command line and I get a long line of errors that repeat on forever. They seem to be related to object drawing errors. One of them is
The others have to do with stretchbit and getbitmapbits.
err:imagelist:ImageList_ReplaceIcon no color!
I've searched all over, but I can't figure out where I need to start to trackdown the source of this error. I tried to install gnomecrash thinking that might help, but it gives me the error:
But I know gnome-libs (and gnome-libs-dev) are installed and are much more recent versions than that.
checking for gnome_window_icon_set_default_from_file in -lgnomeui... no
configure: error: gnome-libs 1.0.60 or higher is required.
Can anyone point me in the right direction here?