Tom Cat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I think this has hit on the problem....
> libtiff is showing up in /usr/lib instead of $HOME/usr/lib 
> It is also the ancient version instead of the new version.
> 
> Now how the heck to I get it to look in the right place?  Another env
> variable?  Another option in the configure script?

You can set the $LD_PRELOAD env. variable before you start gimp,
preferably in a wrapper script. Example:

#!/bin/bash
LD_PRELOAD=/path/to/libtiff.so.3.7.1
exec /path/to/gimp "$@"

See http://uberhip.com/godber/interception/html/slide_5.html for
explanation of LD_PRELOAD.
-- 
Pelle

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