Posted by: rakitha | March 13, 2010

Ubuntu warning “GLib-WARNING **: g_set_prgname() called multiple times”

I found this remedy in the https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/glib2.0/+bug/501670, posted by an user.

Steps are follows,

  1. Open the Synaptics Package Manager
  2. Search the keyword “libglib”
  3. Now look for “libglib2.0-0” in the list shown
  4. From “Package” menu select “Force Version”
  5. From the drop down menu select the version “2.22.2” instead of “2.22.3”
  6. Click “Apply” to changes to take effect
  7. This solved the warning message for now!

If the warning message still persist, try changing the version of other libglib packages to “2.22.2”. Once you downgrade this package, the update manage will try to restore it to “2.22.3 ” version, you can delay this update till they fix this warning and release newer version of 2.22.3

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