I know it is possible not the most important topic. But it is really annoying me.
After installing xfce4.4 three weeks ago, I got a lot of things to work. Now when trying to personalize my
desktop finally, i recognized that it isn't able to show SVG-icons. And I wasn't able to find anything out there
that could help me solving this problem.
librsvg2-common is installed.
I'm using debian etch with kernel 188.8.131.52 on a athlon xp.
Thanks for help.
Did you compile by yourself or used binary packages from a repository? What is the version of cairo you used? I remember having some trouble until I upgraded to a newer version of cairo and librsvg.
Same problem here, under xfce 4.4.0, cairo 1.4.2, pango 1.10.4, librsvg 2.16.1
However, downgrading to librsvg 2.12.7 solves the problem (although the version of cairo requests a newer librsvg), so I don't totally like this solution
Thanks for the Tips. It was a version conflict. I updated all libs mentioned at librsvg.sourceforge.net.
But unfortunatelly i can't say exactly which versions i used before updating. I simply forgot to notice.
The version of librsvg2-2 has been 2.14.4-2.
The dependend (??) lib versions are now:
which are all in Debian Etch.
Sorry for the late reply.