Re: how to install new version of Gtk

On Thu, 11 Sep 2003 15:30:53 +0100 (BST)
manu aradhya <manu_aradhya yahoo co in> wrote:

 I have gtk+-1.2 installed already in the system,
which wont support  some of the functions like
gkt_pixbuf.. etc. Now how can i insall gtk 2.2. If i
reamove all old libs & includes from the system will
it cause problem in the system applications.can
anybody suguest about this.

You do not have to remove the 1.2 stuff. Just install GTK+2.2 in a different

When you install the GTK+2.2 packages (atk, glib, pango, gtk+) configure them
with --prefix=/opt/gtk2 (for example). Then add /opt/gtk2/lib/pkgconfig to the
environment variable PKG_CONFIG_PATH and you should be OK.

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