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Description of problem:
I get the following dialog box error message on gnome login:
Failed to load image redhat-email.png
Details: Failed to open file
No such file or directory
That file is a broken symlink to an evolution 1.4 icon. I'm guessing
it should be updated to point to the evolution 1.5 directory.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install gnome-icon-theme-1.1.5-1
2. Make sure you still have the same email icon on your toolbar that
was there the first time you logged into GNOME.
3. Log out and log back into GNOME.
This file moved in evolution 1.4 -> 1.5. I wonder if we're backing
down to evo 1.4?
We are, just waiting on unfreeze of things once test1 gets out.
*** Bug 115727 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Looks like Rawhide is back to evo 1.4. Closing.
I just installed Fedora Core 2, and I didn't choose to install
evolution. This means that the link for redhat-email.png is currently
broken, and I get a warning message about this every time I change
Gnome icon themes. Can't you just copy that icon into the directory
instead of requiring a whole other package to be installed just so
icons work? Why is it a link anyway?
Rawhide has evolution-22.214.171.124-1 now. Reopening.
It looks to me that either (i) the file should be copied into the
gnome-icon-theme package, so that you can choose to not install
(ii) gnome-icon-theme should require evolution (which would be crazy,
See also bug #128800
*** Bug 128908 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***