>> I'm more of a BSD head, so i'm not used to dealing with the Redhat RPM's,
> and it's driving me crazy!!!
>> I want to install Eclipse IDE, but i'm getting errors on startup and the
> program crashes and tells me to check the *.log files. I'm assuming it's
> because i have gtk+-1.2.10-25 and not 2.2.x (statesd as a requirment on
> the eclipse webpage)
>> What is the best way to upgrade this? I've tried to do the rpm thing but
> they're hard 2 find and it seems i need to install about 15 other RPM's to
> get this working?
> Am i way off? Can anyone point me in the right direction?
I see you have "broadband", so make life easy on yourself and get apt-get
for redhat 9.
This will resolve and install all the dependencies automagically:
Then simply "apt-get update" & "apt-get search gtk" or whatever.
> I have gtk2-2.2.1-4 installed. Is that the same as gtk+ ?
> Danny Browne
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