[CentOS] Icon .png file loading error after graphics driver upgrade

Wed Apr 2 18:38:54 UTC 2008
John J. Lee <john.jy.lee at gmail.com>

A. Before I upgrade the nvidia Linux driver, everything was normal.
All programs worked fine.  Desktop display was OK.

B. After I upgraded the nvidia Linux driver, the icon display on the desktop
was not correct.  All icons on the panel and menu bars became small
empty boxes.
Error message dialog boxes popped up with the message like

'Failed to load image <file name>.png
Details: Fatal error reading PNG image files : zlib version error'

I still can run programs by clicking the icon locations.
Most programs run correctly.  Yesterday I found ghost viewer failed to
open pdf file.

Curiosity: If I log in as superuser, there are not problems. All icons are
displayed correctly.  Ghost viewer read pdf files.


On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 4:57 PM, John <jses27 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, lets start from the begining with what happened. Describe the
> problem as best as you can.
> A. Before
> B. After
> Paste you system log file in the mail /var/log/ messages\ after you boot
> into root and then into you user account, just to be sure  to catch all
> errors.
> --
> ~/john
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