>I suggest you read these instructions (ignore the ubuntu bias);
>If that's a whole new world, you will find it an interesting learning
It's not a "whole new" world, but it's not something I've done in a long while.
I would love it if someone were to explain what everything there does and why
they are doing it like that.
When I went to compile the things myself, I kept getting "gegl" and/or "bebl"
versions not correct even though I had just compiled those libraries as the
newest. It keeps identifying the other versions I have installed instead.
(Would it be best to uninstall those? I suppose I should try)
It's nice to have "here's what you do" but when accompanied with what it means
and why, then you have real learning.
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