On Tuesday 19 March 2002 13:08, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hubertus Krogmann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > > what do you mean, stopped working? Did it crash or did it just stop
> > > working? Did you watch any console output?
> > It crashes and ask me to [E]xit .... [C]ontinue immediately after
> > pressing the ok button in the "save as" dialog.
> This makes me think you are not using the latest stable GIMP release
> (1.2.3). Did you try to press 'S' here to get a stack trace?
So, I got the actually stable version:
#gimp -v :
GIMP Version 1.2.3
I made a
selected a area, about 95% of the image
paste in new
typed in ttt.jpg
gimp: fatal error: Speicherzugriffsfehler
Gimp-WARNING **: swap file not empty: "/data2/gimp-cache/gimpswap.8624"
655360 - 786432
> > > the important question is, how is your tile-cache setup?
> > I configured 1 undo operation and 256 MB Ram to gimp
> > > I have just reproduced what you described with gimp-1.2 and it
> > > worked like a charm even though my box has less RAM. I could create
> > > a RGB image of 15593 x 2008, copy large parts of it into a new
> > > image and save that as JPEG (even using the Export feature which
> > > creates another copy of it).
> > Can I generate debug messages/Coredumps or so ?
> > I even could send you the image. What infos may be useful ?
> it shouldn't depend on the image. If you can reproduce the problem
> you should file a bug-report at bugzilla.gnome.org. Just fill in
> all the fields and give a detailed description on how to reproduce
> the problem. Make sure you have use gimp-1.2.3 before you send in
> any bug-reports.
> Salut, Sven
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