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I don't think the OpenBSD console supports fonts for multibyte encodings. In principle it might be possible to support them in relation to the recent drm(4) code, but I don't think anybody is working on that. You might want to ask on an OpenBSD list for an authoritative answer.
First, as mentioned in the comment by Robert, your snippet isn't valid. At a minimum you need either a semicolon or new line before }. The print statements are probably not correct either. However there's enough here to guess what is going on, so I'll explain that. When you run ansi-term, it invokes a shell with the environment variable $INSIDE_EMACS ...
Perhaps there could be a matter of the GTK configuration on the machine where Emacs is running? Someone at the Qt Centre forums has discovered what appears to present a resolution for a similar warning from the GdkPixbuf lib, when it's linked with the Qt widget toolkit [Qt Centre] The article would seem to recommend to run, as the root user on the machine ...
My guess is that you don't have the PNG's for those icons installed on your FreeBSD system. Specifically, the ones I have in my FreeBSD 10 system (which works fine with ssh -X) are: /usr/local/share/icons/gnome/24x24/actions/document-new.png /usr/local/share/icons/gnome/24x24/actions/document-open.png ...
I loath the GUI. Try this: Download the latest tar: http://mirror.sdunix.com/gnu/emacs/ ## extract it *24.5 is the current. $ tar -xvf emacs-24.5.tar.xz ## get emacs dep libs. $ sudo apt-get build-dep emacs24 ## mv to extracted dir. $ ./configure --with-x=no ## build. $ make ## mv binaries system wide. $ make install
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