It might just be a screwy script. Try running Gimp from the command line, with
gimp --verbose. Right before it crashes, it'll tell you which plug-in it's
trying to load. Remove the plugin from the plug-ins directory and try again.
There is no simple setting to disable script-fu, though you could probably
modify the configure script and Makefiles, completely excising anthing having
to do with script-fu. No telling how much mucking with the source you'd need
to do to get it to compile, though, and when it did compile, it'd be
> LibGimp-WARNING **: script-fu: wire_read: unexpected EOF
> I have checked the message boards. They said to configure with
> --disable-perl to stop this from happening. I did that. It still
> I tried to find out what libs might be causing this crash. I updated
> Gtk-Perl and PERL itself, according to advice I saw on the web, but this
> is still happening :(
> The only way I see now to avoid this crash, is to disable script-fu. Is
> there a setting in the config.h or the configure script itself that I
> need to call on, to stop GIMP from using script-fu at all?
> Or am I totally SOL here?
> BTW I am using redhat 7.2 and my compiler is GCC 2.96 and egcs 2.91-66.
> I am trying to compile GIMP 1.2.2 and 1.2.3.
> -- Steve
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