>>>> "Hrvoje" == Hrvoje Niksic
Hrvoje> "Stephen J. Turnbull" <turnbull(a)sk.tsukuba.ac.jp> writes:
> Do you have the xaw-wrappers package installed?
Hrvoje> Yes. Do I need to uninstall it to "unconfigure" 3D
No; my point is that that package is presumably specifically hacked up
to avoid the problem you're running into.
On my system, I have libXaw.so files which are different from the
libXaw3d.so files; I don't know for sure that they are original Athena
but I would guess so. Something sounds strange about your setup.
> Which version of Debian are you using?
Hrvoje> The latest potato.
Hmm. Well, I'm planning on moving my development/testing stuff to a
new Debian box, potato; I'll see if I can reproduce the problem.
There doesn't seem to be an xaw-dev package, only an xaw3dg-dev
package. If you don't have xaw3dg-dev installed, you could try
installing that. If you do, you could try uninstalling that.
I don't recommend uninstalling either xaw3dg itself or the
xaw-wrappers package; I suspect that a lot of Debian's stock X stuff
is linked against xaw, and presumably xaw3d. Some of it might give
you the same headache in reverse.
Yes, this is bad; welcome to Linux. (Serendipity: there's a nice
unrelated rant in /usr/doc/xaw3dg/README.XAW3D.gz. :) Debian is
working pretty hard to come up with extensible solutions to this kind
of thing; they don't always succeed, but they care and they do put
effort into it. As I say, I'm pretty sure xaw-wrappers is working for
me; I'll see if I can break it in a fresh environment.
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