Well, I think I am going the hard way and compile. The prebuilt rpm's don't install because of incorrect dependencies. Trying to build rpms, is getting me further now but I'll get:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Gimp2]# rpmbuild -tb gimp-2.0pre1.tar.bz2 error: Failed build dependencies: gimp-print-devel >= 4.2.0 is needed by gimp-2.0pre1-1 gtkhtml2-devel >= 2.0.0 is needed by gimp-2.0pre1-1 MDK does not provide gtkhtml2-devel, but does libgtkhtml2_0-2.4.0-1mdk libgtkhtml2_0-devel-2.4.0-1mdk and libgtkhtml-3.0_2-3.0.8-1mdk libgtkhtml-3.0_2-devel-3.0.8-1mdk also gimp-print-develop is not provided. I have libgimpprint1-develop-4.2.5-30mdk installed "equivalent" packages from Redhat do collide with the libraries from MDK. Tomn On Mon, 2004-01-12 at 09:19, Dave Neary wrote: > Hi, > > Thomas Spuhler wrote: > > > It compiled here using the configure, make, make install after > > installing some libraries. > > Would be nice if I could make rpm's, but I guess the package is not set > > up that way. > > There is a gimp.spec file in CVS, and in the tarball, and there are GIMP > RPMs pre-built by drc. > > > It looks really nice and has very nice new features. However, I cannot > > find CMYK mode. I read a review and it was told that this has now been > > implemented. > > That would be inaccurate... you can save as CMYK TIFF, but the > transforms are really quite simple. There is no native CMYK editting mode. > > > This is a requirement in order to open files that have been produced on > > Photoshop full Edition by our ad agency. > > Am I missing something? > > Afraid not. > > Cheers, > Dave.
Description: This is a digitally signed message part