[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Tino Schwarze) writes:
> > This is because Gimp needs an X display to work. Now, there is a way to
> > work around this, either just point it to some machine that gives it
> > access to the DISPLAY, or use the virtual framebuffer of the linux
> > kernel (if the machine runs linux) and run an framebuffer X server on
> > it.
> Hm. I suppose, Xvfb is the better choice here as there is no need to
> actually see anything. It also does not need any graphics hardware.
or (if you are brave) try to use gimp-1.3 which doesn't need an X
display at all if started with the --no-interface command-line option.
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