Michael Schumacher wrote:

Andrei Simion wrote:

At gimp.org 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.

Who are the "they" you are talking about? Just in case you didn't
notice, there are no binaries on gimp.org, all the links point to
external sites. No one from gimp.org explicitely tests GIMP on any
platform, except that the developers run it on their own platforms, of

I haven't downloaded anything from gimp.org so I didn't know the binaries come from other entities. I haven't intended to be disrespectful; if so, please accept my apologies.

But let's go back to my problem. There's a swap file increase every time I run a Perl script that creates an image on the GIMP 1.2. I tried to delete the image at the end of my script, just to see if the swap file stops increasing. The result was negative. I cannot change the OS on the server (I have other services running) and everything should be tested. I have to stick on Red Hat.

The question is whether you have encountered such a problem (swap file increase).

I hope everything is clear now.

Thank you,

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