- From: James Franklin <mmaajjjjbbff@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2006 21:28:55 GMT
On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 22:18:06 +0200, Mads Skjern wrote:
Try this install smart package manager and install gimp 2.2.13-1 from
there it will take care of all the dependencies for you
Thanks, but I installed it via YAST, and there were no dependency errors.
The error is the same whatever user I try. Removing the .gimp directory in
my home folder activates the userinstall i.e. it creates whatever local
settings needed. After that situation is the same:
It is possible to start GIMP and create a new drawing with all functions
Opening a jpg (haven't tried other formats)from inside GIMP or clicking on
a file, stops GIMP instantly with no error messages. It just vanishes.
I have tried the Windows solution, remove and reinstall, no change. Very
I may have missed this posting but what error messages do you get when you
start GIMP from an xterm or similar terminal?
Looking at man gimp, you will see quite a few options to help you debug
why it is behaving that way.
Try launching it from a terminal with the debugging option on and let us
know what messages you get.
*Note: Remove every other letter for correct email address
Registered Linux User #253525
- Re: GIMP
- From: John Jensen
- Re: GIMP