If your gimp is built with exif support, you should not need to do this.
When I open an image with an embedded Adobe RGB, Gimp will recognize it and
offer to convert to sRGB.
On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 12:01 PM, Maxim Cournoyer
> I have come with the following workaround for pictures tagged as Adobe
> RGB which comes without an embedded profile: I apply the profile
> manually using imagemagick.
> The command boils down to this:
> convert _DSF2455.JPG
> -profile /usr/share/color/icc/colord/AdobeRGB1998.icc
> After the profile is embedded, Firefox will display it nicely (and asks
> if I want to convert it to sRGB upon opening).
> It would still be very nice to see proper EXIF tag support to remove
> this additional step when working with Adobe RGB files produced by
> certain cameras (for example the Fujifilm X100).
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