bwfcnottingham <forums <at> gimpusers.com> writes:
> This is my first post.
ofnuts beats me to it again
> I am running GIMP on Linux / Ubuntu (latest stable version of GIMP)
> and I just tried too install a script i.e. Resynthesizer Script /
> Heal Selection
> I installed it following instructions from the Gimp registry site :
> When I attempt to use heal selection :
> Select --- Enhance ---- Heal Selection
> I get a nice little dialog asking me to enter my params I then click
> OK and get the following a pop up error message box that reads
> error: procedure not found Calling error for procedure
> 'gimp-procedural-db-proc-info': Procedure 'plug-in-resynthesizer' not
The heal-selection plugin is python and that will work whatever. It
could be that the binary resynthesizer plug-in is the wrong 'flavour'
32 bit and should be 64 bit maybe or something else.
> snip My scripts are here
> ~/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3153 Mar 26 00:15
> plugin-heal-transparency.py -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 6595 Mar 26 00:15
> plugin-heal-selection.py -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 6011 Mar 26 00:15
> resynthesizer -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 53607 Mar 26 00:18
root is not the correct owner for files in your gimp profile ~/.gimp-2.8/
phil should be in there as owner.
> I am not the most geeky person in the world, but can find my way
> around the linux command line OK, albeit I am no Linux expert
> Can anybody tell me what I've done wrong
> Originally I had the scripts residing in usr/lib/gimp/2.0 (but I read
> they should be in the 2.8 directory). In fact the scripts are in both
I think plug-ins should go in your Gimp profile. However if installed
from a package, they will end up in /user... Not a good idea to have
in both locations, AFAIK your Gimp profile takes precedence and that
has incorrect permissions.
One way for Ubuntu (is this the worst user distro in the world?)
Get rid of all the previous stuff.
open a terminal to get a root prompt: sudo -i (then password)
apt-get install gimp-plugin registry
Unfortunately you get a whole load of other scripts and plugins, such
is the price.. but you do get heal-selection in Filters -> enhance
and you should see resynthesizer in Filters -> Map
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