BIG problem with fonts
Date: 24 Aug 2004 08:32:54 -0700
I have Mandrake 9.1 and I tried to install gtk+-2.5.1 in order to
install another program, because of the dependencies I also needed to
install the following:
After a LOT of headaches, I sucesfully installed from source all the
libraries needed by gtk, my problem is that after that when I tried
to load Mandrake Control Center or the package manager in KDE or
almost any other program from KDE I cannot see the fonts in the
different windows (so I cannot see any text in those windows), I have
already tried uninstalling the new libraries and install the ones that
come with the distribution cd's without result
any comments, or help to solve this problem would be greatly
Thanks in advance
Pd: sorry for my english, is not my natural language
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