Recently, Somebody Somewhere wrote these words
>> Glib no longer contains glib-conf instead it uses pkgconf or
> something like that. Sorry. I don't remember the name.
>> ORBit needs this glib-conf file during its configure script.
> Does any one know how I can get around this? I've tried down
> grading glib to to a version that contains glib-conf but it
> failed during "make".
>> My reason for doing this is I need to reinstall the gnome-panel.
> It keeps throwing out errors when accessibility is enabled.
>> Any suggestions welcome.
>>gtk2 needs glib2. ORBit apparently needs glib1. Solution is to
install both. Use glib-1.2.10 & a glib2 version to match your
gtk, & pango time wise.
glib-2.x installs to glib2/
glib-1.x installs to glib/
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