Manish Singh wrote:

On Tue, Apr 19, 2005 at 06:35:42PM -0400, Andrei Simion wrote:

Manish Singh wrote:

On Tue, Apr 19, 2005 at 06:11:26PM -0400, Andrei Simion wrote:


Sven Neumann wrote:

GIMP 1.2 is not any longer supported (for quite a while already). Your
best bet is to update to GIMP 2.2. That will also give you the benefit
that you don't any longer need to run an X server with it.

The problem is that 2.2 doen't work with Red Hat and we cannot change the OS. We can upgrade the GIMP to the version 2.0. Is it OK? Is 2.0 enough advanced to get rid of the problem with the swap file?

2.2 works with Red Hat just fine. So I don't know what the issue is.
Just use 2.2.

At they don't have downloads for 2.2. If you say it works, this is good. But why they don't say the same on the web site.

If you're looking for binaries, Fedora Core 3 is listed, which would be
a Red Hat. You can build from source on any Linux distro though.

It's not me the one who decides. If they haven't built and tested the 2.2 on the older versions of Red Hat, then this solution is not acceptable for us.


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