The old machine has gimp 2.6.8, the new one is 2.6.11.
And I'm a little over my head here. I assume
is not the actual command but rather some suggested options.
so maybe something like, from old machine
scp ~/.gimp-2.6/brushes >
no, that would copy the file onto itself... I guess I'm more than a little
over my head. But you've told me where they are and that's a good
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 9:53 AM, Patrick Shanahan <ptilopt...@gmail.com>wrote:
> * Helen <etter...@gmail.com> [04-05-11 09:33]:
> > I bought a new computer - still have access to the old one through ssh.
> > The old computer running suse11.3 has many gimp brushes that I made.
> > New computer running suse11.4, gimp 2.6.11
> > How can I get my brushes (the ones I made) over to the new computer/new
> > Gimp?
> > If ssh is not the best way, I can also get into the old computer gui-ly
> > ssh -X
> Your brushes are under ~/.gimp-2.6/brushes
> use scp/mc/dolphin/krusader/... to copy them to your new install at:
> or another local directory and make sure that
> gimp --> edit --> preferences --> folders --> brushes
> points to your chosen destination.
> assuming you have gimp-2.6 on your 11.3 install.
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