Hi Richard,1) Set up your urpmi using http://www.urpmi.org/easyurpmi/index.php 2) install gimp2 using rpmdrake or urpmi
I'm sorry I have no idea what I'm supposed to do here.
you can either use rpmdrake (section Media manager - Add new - it is selfexplanatory; then go to Install and try to look the gimp2 package) or go to console - and do the same thing using urpmi - it is the best to read "man urpmi". You will need to add new media and then install.
I have not checked whether gimp2 is available at the location above, however, this is a general way how to work with urpmi.
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