Try Edit>Preferences>Enviroment (it's the first card in dialog box)
There You'll control maximum size of image, size of cache etc.
In theory there is another solution - Xprograms can be run on one
machine and displayed on another. This was philosophy behind Xserver
and Xclient but i've never heared about anybody running GIMP this way.
2013/6/17, Gunold Brunbauer <gunoldbrunba...@online.de>:
> I`m a network administrator in a secondary school.
> In our computer network we have 15 thin clients.
> I´ve installed GIMP and it worked fine. But when the pupils start gimp,
> then there are always some workstations on which gimp ist very, very
> I suppose, that those thin clients on which gimp ist started last wont
> get enough memory.
> How can I achieve that gimp will use only a limitede amount of memory
> Thank you for your advice
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