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Old 30th March 2005, 06:04 AM
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java app broken after today's "yum update"

I ran "yum update" today and it updated about 10 packages... most of them were xorg related. Now, when I try to run the only java app that I use (wordbiz), I get a bunch of error messages like this:
    Name: Text
    Class: XmTextField
    Character 'r' not supported in font.  Discarded.
And I can't type anything in the textboxes, preventing me from logging in. Anyone have any idea what the problem could be?
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