Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Sat Dec 18 20:48:36 CET 2004
Christian Heim wrote:
>Am Saturday, 18. December 2004 19:53 schrieb Jasper Huijsmans:
>>[ ... ]
>>Damn. You're right. It's not the icon theme, it's libxfcegui4 that
>>installs the missing index.theme file. Sorry.
>It's seems like libxfcegui4 contains the index.theme, but doesn't install
>it :) So it's here ...
ok, this is interesting. i'm sorry if you already answered this
somewhere in the thread, but how did you install xfce? source tarballs,
installer, RPMs, debs, etc.? the configure check that looks to see if
hicolor/index.theme exists is pretty simple stuff. note that this will
only install hicolor/index.theme to *xfce's prefix*, which may or may
not be /usr/share/icons/hicolor/ depending on what you passed to
configure. this is done to ensure that *xfce's* icons get found properly.
if you installed from source, can you re-run configure for libxfcegui4
(remove the hicolor theme you installed yourself first and check to make
sure the index.theme file is really gone) and verify that it incorrectly
believes that the file is present? i think it should happen near the
end of the configure output.
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