John Culleton wrote:
> I guess I must keep asking this question until someone responds.
> 
> How do I install the xsane plugin in Gimp? Xsane runs ok standalone.
> I tried creating a directory called xsane under gimp-1.2/plug-ins and
> linking the xsane binary there, then removing .gimprc from my home
> directory. Everything went fine except it still didn't find xsane. 
> 
> I am sure this is a simple process. Can anyone tell me what to do?

Create a symbolic link to /usr/bin/xscanimage under $HOME/.gimp-1.2/plug-ins

> 
> thanks in advance:
> 
> John Culleton
> 
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