Perhaps it's somehow due to emacs 24 using gtk3 by default. You can try recompiling it to use gtk2 to see if that helps.
Do you have any emacs rules in your dwm config.h?
@Multimoon, could you at least give the thread a more descriptive title please?
What have you tried so far?
How much RAM and swap space do you have?
You forgot to provide your phone number so the devs can personally consult you whenever they consider any new changes.ps -https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … cs.2FRants
The latest GNU Emacs seems to use GTK3 instead of GTK2.Is there any way to get in to use GTK2, so thing look normalwhen running in graphical mode? Preferably without changingthe code.
You need to link to libm. Add "-lm" to your options.
I wasn't asking to spur a discussion, really. I was just asking to know if any discussion had taken place. As a Gnome user, I was merely interested.
1) put the .crt file in /usr/local/share/ca-certificates2) run update-ca-certificates