if you want to habe more backgroung: MacIS sets up in Linux. X11 comes
from UNIX-World. If you ever heard the expression X-Server, X11 is your
> GIMP needs a platform on the Mac called X11. Thats the usual way how GIMP
> works on MAC.
> You'll should find a GIMP icon in your program folder (in the finder).
> The virtual external drive is also a normal thing and appears everytime you
> install any program on your mac.
> Just get to know to your new environment and you will see that this are not
> GIMP specific questions but Mac-questions ;)
>> Von: Robert Duffield <robda...@gmail.com>
>> Datum: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 22:47:23 +1100
>> An: gimp-users <email@example.com>
>> Betreff: [Gimp-user] What happened to GIMP 2.6?
>> Hi all, I'm trying to switch from PC to iMac and having all sorts of trouble.
>> Last night I downloaded a copy of GIMP 2.6 and had it running on my iMac. It
>> seemed to come with some other application called "X11" which I can still see
>> in Finder today but can't work out what it does. However I can't find any
>> trace of GIMP 2.6. Last night it appeared to be on a virtual external drive,
>> from which I couldn't create a shortcut on the desktop. Today it's vanished.
>> Can anyone help me out here? Is there some part of the install that I've
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