Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-05-08 Thread julien
Hi,

I resolved my problem by deleting the hidden directory
/home/username/.gimp-2.4.

This directory, that contains gimp settings, is not deleted when
uninstalling gimp. A new installation uses it.
That's interesting if you install a new version, but, if it contains an
error, this error persists in all new installations.

GIMP re-creates this directory on starting again.

Julien

 On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 11:32 PM, David Gowers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   
 Hi Julien,


  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
(755)
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
  be /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/
 
 Oops, sorry Julien, it can't be that, actually, looking at your
 results from --verbose it seems clear that script-fu.init is the
 culprit.

 So, are the following files:

 /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/script-fu-compat.init
 /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/script-fu.init

 readable by everyone? If not, they should be.

 David


   


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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-22 Thread julien
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
(755)
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?

Thank you for your help,

Julien

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-22 Thread David Gowers
Hi Julien,

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
  (755)
  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
be /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-22 Thread David Gowers
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 11:32 PM, David Gowers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi Julien,


  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
(755)
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
  be /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/
Oops, sorry Julien, it can't be that, actually, looking at your
results from --verbose it seems clear that script-fu.init is the
culprit.

So, are the following files:

/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/script-fu-compat.init
/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/script-fu.init

readable by everyone? If not, they should be.

David
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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-22 Thread julien
Hi,
 So, are the following files:

 /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/script-fu-compat.init
 /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/script-fu.init

 readable by everyone? If not, they should be.

   
As all files in

/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/ ,
these two files are now rwx r-x r-x

I tried after putting them julien-users instead of root-root : problem 
unchanged.

I add, if this could be a clue, that #umask gives 0022.

Julien


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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-21 Thread julien
Hi,
 Hi, maybe you have re-download the installation. Because can be a data  
 transfer error

   

This morning, I 'make clean', #make uninstall, and deleted my source
directory (where gimp-2.4.5 was un-compressed).

Then I uncompressed gimp-2.4.5.tar.bz2 into telechar/gimp-2.4.5/
Created /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/ directory.
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/
make
#make install

No problem while processing, but my problem remains: no Decor and
Alpha-to-logo filters and this
Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init
message.

Yet, script-fu.init is in /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/

Here --verbose:

INIT: gimp_load_config
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/unitrc'
Parsing '/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/etc/gimp/2.0/gimprc'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/gimprc'
gimp_composite: use=yes, verbose=no
Processor instruction sets: +mmx +sse -sse2 -3dnow -altivec -vis
Adding theme 'Default' (/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/themes/Default)
Adding theme 'Small' (/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/themes/Small)
Writing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/themerc'
Trying splash '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/gimp-splash.png' ... failed
Trying splash '/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/share/gimp/2.0/images/gimp-splash.png' ... 
OK
INIT: gimp_initialize
INIT: gimp_real_initialize
INIT: gui_initialize_after_callback
INIT: gimp_restore
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/parasiterc'
Loading 'brush factory' data
Loading 'pattern factory' data
Loading 'palette factory' data
Loading 'gradient factory' data
Loading fonts
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/documents'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/templaterc'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/modulerc'
INIT: gui_restore_callback
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/png
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/x-icon
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/x-ico
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/bmp
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/x-bmp
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/x-MS-bmp
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/tiff
clipboard: writable pixbuf format: image/jpeg
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/sessionrc'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/toolrc'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/contextrc'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-rect-select-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-rect-select-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-ellipse-select-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-ellipse-select-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-free-select-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-free-select-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-fuzzy-select-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-fuzzy-select-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-by-color-select-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-by-color-select-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-iscissors-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-iscissors-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-foreground-select-tool'
Parsing 
'/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-foreground-select-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-vector-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-vector-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-color-picker-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-color-picker-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-zoom-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-zoom-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-measure-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-measure-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-move-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-move-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-align-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-align-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-crop-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-crop-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-rotate-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-rotate-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-scale-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-scale-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-shear-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-shear-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-perspective-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-perspective-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-flip-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-flip-tool.presets'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-text-tool'
Parsing '/home/julien/.gimp-2.4/tool-options/gimp-text-tool.presets'
Parsing 

Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-21 Thread Martin Nordholts
julien wrote:
 Hi,
   
 This morning, I 'make clean', #make uninstall, and deleted my source
 directory (where gimp-2.4.5 was un-compressed).

 Then I uncompressed gimp-2.4.5.tar.bz2 into telechar/gimp-2.4.5/
 Created /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/ directory.
 ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/
 make
 #make install
   
Hello

I can imagine that some parsing mechanism gets confused of the '.' in
the prefix. Does it work if you use the prefix /usr/local/gimp-2-4-5
instead?

BR,
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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-21 Thread julien
Hi all,

All files in my /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/ are root. Is this normal?

If I run gimp-2.4.5 in root mode, I have Decor, Alpha-to-logo and all
items in Xtns!

And a new error message:

# /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/bin/gimp-2.4
Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application
did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply,
the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.

My computer is connected to the Internet...
GIMP seems to work normally in root mode...

How could I get the 'scripts' directory in root mode?



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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-21 Thread Kevin Cozens
Martin Nordholts wrote:
 I can imagine that some parsing mechanism gets confused of the '.' in
 the prefix. Does it work if you use the prefix /usr/local/gimp-2-4-5
 instead?

The '.' characters in the prefix are not a problem. I have directories whose 
names end in gimp-2.2 and gimp-2.4 as targets for test installs on my machine.

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-21 Thread David Gowers
Hi Julien!

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:18 PM, julien [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi all,

  All files in my /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/ are root. Is this normal?

You mean they belong to root?
That's okay, it's normal.


  If I run gimp-2.4.5 in root mode, I have Decor, Alpha-to-logo and all
  items in Xtns!
In this case, the problem seems to be that normal users don't have
permission to read the files in scripts/ directory (or permission to
enter the scripts directory).
You should check that scripts/ directory has execute permission for
all users, and that all files in scripts/ have read permission for all
users.

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

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

If one of the above turns out to be the case, we need to work out the
origin of the bug and a bug report needs to be filed later.


Hope that helps,

David
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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-21 Thread Kevin Cozens
julien wrote:
 All files in my /usr/local/gimp-2.4.5/ are root. Is this normal?

 If I run gimp-2.4.5 in root mode, I have Decor, Alpha-to-logo and all
 items in Xtns!

Yes, it is normal. What is more important is the permissions on the files and 
directories. If everything is working properly when you are logged in as root 
but not when you are logged in as a normal user, you have the wrong 
permissions on the GIMP files and directories.

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-20 Thread julien
Misunderstanding.

I actually don't have, in my GIMP-2.4.5, decor and Alpha-to-logo
filters which are normally present.
Why that?

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-20 Thread Kevin Cozens
julien wrote:
 I downloaded gimp-2.4.5.tar.bz2 and verified that the md5check sum is OK.
[snip]
 When I run gimp I get
 
 /usr/gimp-2.4.5/bin/gimp-2.4
 Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init

Your install is broken. None of the Script-Fu scripts will work without the 
script-fu.init file.

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-20 Thread julien

 When I run gimp I get

 /usr/gimp-2.4.5/bin/gimp-2.4
 Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init
 

 Your install is broken. None of the Script-Fu scripts will work without the 
 script-fu.init file.

   
I un-installed GIMP-2.4.5 then I re-installed it after verifying the md5
sum.
The problem is the same.
What can I do else?

(I installed many GIMP versions before, without that kind of problem.
OpenSuse 10.2)

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-20 Thread Lap1994
Hi, maybe you have re-download the installation. Because can be a data  
transfer error


 When I run gimp I get

 /usr/gimp-2.4.5/bin/gimp-2.4
 Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init


 Your install is broken. None of the Script-Fu scripts will work without  
 the
 script-fu.init file.


 I un-installed GIMP-2.4.5 then I re-installed it after verifying the md5
 sum.
 The problem is the same.
 What can I do else?

 (I installed many GIMP versions before, without that kind of problem.
 OpenSuse 10.2)

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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-19 Thread Jim Sabatke
julien wrote:
 Hi,

 I downloaded gimp-2.4.5.tar.bz2 and verified that the md5check sum is OK.
 I un- compressed it and ran the usual
 ./configure --prefix=/usr/gimp-2.4.5/
 make
 #make install
 without any visible problem.

 When I run gimp I get

 /usr/gimp-2.4.5/bin/gimp-2.4
 Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init

 Gimp looks OK. I can work with it, but I can't find the decor and
 Alpha-to-logo filters, and in Xtns, Logos and other items are absent.

 What is wrong?

   

Try looking in a couple new places.  There are some in the gimp main
dialog under Xtns.  There are more under the Filters selection. 
Things have been moved about since 2.4 was initially released and it
confused me for a bit too.

Jim
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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-19 Thread Sven Neumann
Hi,

On Sat, 2008-04-19 at 22:40 +0200, julien wrote:

 I downloaded gimp-2.4.5.tar.bz2 and verified that the md5check sum is OK.
 I un- compressed it and ran the usual
 ./configure --prefix=/usr/gimp-2.4.5/
 make
 #make install
 without any visible problem.
 
 When I run gimp I get
 
 /usr/gimp-2.4.5/bin/gimp-2.4

Do you set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/gimp-2.4.5/lib when running gimp?
Otherwise this can't work. You can't just install to some non-standard
prefix and run the binary there. You also need to adjust the library
search path accordingly.


Sven


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Re: [Gimp-user] Missing filters in GIMP-2.4.5

2008-04-19 Thread Sven Neumann
Hi,

On Sat, 2008-04-19 at 15:40 -0500, Jim Sabatke wrote:

 Things have been moved about since 2.4 was initially released and it
 confused me for a bit too.

Nothing has been moved in the 2.4 series since 2.4.0 was released. We
only do bug-fixes in the stable 2.4 tree. The menu locations are stable.
The only changes you might have seen in the menus are due to translation
updates.


Sven


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