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I have fedora/redhat. I installed Gkrellm, I tryed to run it form the Icon , and it will not work

If I run it from the terminal I get the error--


gkrellm: relocation error: gkrellm: undefined symbol: gdk_threads_lock


My friend said to update GTK to GTK2 using code-


yum update gtk2


but it doesnt understand " yum"


now do I go about updating GTK ( if thats the problem ) If not how do I get Kgrellm to work?



first of all, make sure you're running the yum command as root.


that should take care of your problems ....