SOLVED.  Had to run

sudo apt-get install libgegl-0.0-0

and that fixed it.  Back in business.  That's part of what I love about open
source.  You have a problem, and a little searching reveals the answer.

Love it.


>Ok, I lost my preferences when I installed Ubuntu Studio 9.10, so I need to
>re-install Gimp 2.7.1.
>Followed the instructions for compiling/installing as shown on the home
>of this forum.  Everything seemed to go smoothly, except, when I run the
>command to start Gimp, nothing happnen.
>When I navigate to the location where that command says Gimp 2.7 is
>to reside, that file is not there.
>What did I do wrong?

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