On 8/19/06, Patrick Shanahan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
* Gracia M. Littauer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [08-19-06 22:33]:
> I originally had 'rawphoto' in /opt/gnome/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins and
> 'dcraw' in  /usr/bin

I don't believe that it is necessary in 10.1 to have ufraw listed in
either of the gimp plug-ins directories.  I do not!

> I went back to that, with the older rawphoto & at last got something to
> open, but not what I would call an improvement.
> UFraw seems to be either a rawphoto plugin (front end?)

I've been using ufraw for the past several months and like it quite a bit. I would recommend the newest version. It is fairly easy to download the tarball and compile it yourself. If you do the "make install" as root, it will install the ufraw plugin for all users, then simply open a raw file and it opens ufraw as a frontend.

Tim Jedlicka, [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://www.galifree.com
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