On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 7:22 PM, julien <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi David,
> > In my installation, scripts/ directory has permissions 755, and its
> > contents have permissions 644. This happens automatically upon
> > installation, so I believe something strange has happened on your
> > system to alter the permissions. I admit I do not try altering the
> > prefix in the way you have, it may be an unaccounted bug.
> > Anyway you can work around it by making sure the scripts/ directory
> > has appropriate permissions, and executing 'chmod +x -R *' inside the
> > scripts/ directory
> In my installation also, scripts/directory has permissions drwx r-x r-x
> and files in it have permissions rw- r-- r-- (644).
> I ran 'chmod +x -R *' inside the scripts/ directory and now all files are
> rwx r-x r-x
> But my problem is unchanged.
> > One other possibility is that the script-fu plugin executable does not
> > allow any user to execute it (only root), which can be fixed just as
> > readily
> I don't understand this. Which script-fu plug-in? Where is it?
The script-fu plugin that hosts all the scripts and runs them as
requested; script-fu is only a plug-in, it is not built into gimp.
it's in the system wide gimp plugins directory, which in your case may
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