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Authored by: saint.duo on Jan 25, '02 12:13:48AM

I know this isn't available to everyone, but this was happenning on my beige G3 (and almost every other mac running 10.1.2 that I came across). The fix I found was to install build "5P54c" of 10.1.2, which happens to be the one that comes with the new 14" iBooks. Apparently, that build replaces the file if it is needed. Reinstalling X, then 10.1, and updating to 10.1.2 from the net does not seem to fix the problem.

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