On recent Ubuntus, from 18.04 you need a gimp-python package (name from memory) to enable Python support in Gimp. Gimp uses Python 2.7.
On 4/27/19 6:57 PM, garan wrote:
Since Gimp 2.10.10 I neither have a Python-Fu entry nor are my Gimp Python scripts accessible. * Operating system: Linux (Lubuntu). * Package: ppa (otto-kesselgulasch) The call: $ gimp --verbose --console-messages is answered by the system: (...) Querying plug-in: '/usr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/spyro_plus/spyro_plus.py' gimp: LibGimpBase-WARNING: gimp: gimp_wire_read(): error Terminating plug-in: '/usr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/spyro_plus/spyro_plus.py' ((and all my own python scripts)) Might it be related to the fact that my system knows to Pythons: *Python* --which is Python 2.7 -- and *Python3*? It is weird that that I am the only one who ist faced with these problems?
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