Alle 02:30, domenica 30 gennaio 2005, Mogens Jaeger ha scritto:
> Vittorio wrote:
> >Alle 11:11, sabato 29 gennaio 2005, Mogens Jaeger ha scritto:
> >>Vittorio wrote:
> >>>Context:
> >>>pentium 4, kde 3.3.2, the very last build of linux gentoo compiled from
> >>>scratch; gimp 2.0.4, xsane 0.96, xscanimage 1.0.13; epson usb scanner
> >>>
> >>>Both xsane and xscanimage alone work smoothly with the usb scanner.
> >>>The directories /ushr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/
> >>>and  /usr/local/lib/gimp-2.0/plug-ins/
> >>>contain @xsane and @xscanimage.
> >>>When I launch the gimp 2.0 I see during the booting phase of the program
> >>>that xsane and xscanimage are detected as plugins
> >>
> >>I don't know about the xscanimage, but for xsane do as described in the
> >>readme:
> >>To  run  xsane under the gimp(1), simply set a symbolic link from the
> >>xsane-binary to one of
> >>the gimp(1) plug-ins directories.
> >
> >I did it, as I said in my message.
> No - in your message you said it was in:
> The directories /ushr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/
> and  /usr/local/lib/gimp-2.0/plug-ins/
> but it has to be as an symbolic link in your user plug-ins directories,
> like:
> ~/.gimp-2.0/plug-ins/
You're right, sorry!
I put this new link as you said but still doesn't work,i.e. xsane (which works 
standalone, I repeat) is seen by the Gimp as a plug-in   BUT doesn't appear 
in the menu.
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