I'm confused what do you mean by item #1?
As for #2 & #3, I have a very stable system. That is part of the
reason, I want to install the gimp in $HOME/usr not /usr or
/usr/local. It doesn't seem know anything about tiffs. I've also
tried the libtiff at ftp://ftp.gimp.org/pub/gimp/libs/ I had to
recompile gtk+ and set CFLAGS='-I/home/strycat/usr/include' to get
that to compile. However gimp does not give any errors but it just
seems to ignore libtiff. Is there some option I can force it to look
On 4/25/05, Carol Spears <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 03:32:40PM -0400, Tom Cat wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply. I didn't install the rpms, I complied
> > everything from source. It was the only way I knew I could force them
> > into my custom directory. I downloaded libtiff from
> > http://www.libtiff.org/
> a few things here, and not much actual help, so if you want to quit
> reading it, this is the warning.
> 1) google is trying to change the way the gimp lists respond to mail, i
> 2) you are using an old linux distribution. i am sorry about that. it
> is the ultimate in cheap and lazy and you will still be able to get
> gimp to work.
> 3) i was successful in getting gimp to build in /usr/ and i was
> successful in getting gimp to build in /usr/local/. the reason my
> experiences are limited to this is that someone who is competent with
> computers is running my system.
> good luck with your build,
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