On Wed 22 Dec 04, 4:42 PM, Carol Spears <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> On Wed, Dec 22, 2004 at 06:30:05PM -0500, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm on Debian woody (testing), using gimp 2.0.6 with the enlightenment
> > window manager (no GNOME/KDE) and have a few problems.
> first of all, testing is Debian sarge. it is worth it to upgrade.
Hrrrmm. Sorry. Right before posting, I had *just* sent an update to the
Debian Jigdo HOWTO, and the last topic I wrote about was jigdo on Woody. I
had Woody on the brain. :)
I run Debian testing. Sarge.
> > 1. I can't take single window screenshots. Everything looks the same as
> > with
> > gimp 1.3. I click on "Acquire | Screenshot" and make sure that "a Single
> > Window" is checked.
> i guess this is some argument between gimp and enlightenment. i also
> guess that both of these are old as well.
Not really. Gimp, as I said above, is 2.0.6. Woody and sarge happen to have
enlightenment packages with the same order versiontude.
I could try 2.2.x from Sid.
> the quickest (also the dirtiest) way to fix all this:
> 1) apt-get remove gimp
> 2) change your debian sources. everywhere it says "woody" make it say
> 3) apt-get update
> 4) apt-get install gimp
> then to undo it and keep everything on your computer the same continue
> 5) change the debian sources back so that it says woody
> 6) apt-get update
> and some sort of ethical thing makes me need to note here that this is a
> terrible way to run your computer!
I would certainly agree with you! It IS a terrible way to mix and match
packages. Apt-get pinning is a far superior way of doing this!
I'll try running twm and see if that works. I'm guessing that everyone knows
how to talk to twm.
The mathematics of physics has become ever more abstract, rather than more
complicated. The mind of God appears to be abstract but not complicated.
He also appears to like group theory. -- Tony Zee's "Fearful Symmetry"
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