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Date: 17 August 2008

(update: 26/03/2009)
Add warning that GimPhoto for Linux still CAN'T do MDI.

(update: 23/03/2009)
Debian Package (deb) is available (Thank's andyhep!)

(update: 10/09/2008)
single file installer available at tuxfamily.org (easier to install)

(update: 06/09/2008)
change download location from uploader.polorix.net to tuxfamily.org

For users that already download before 26/08/2008, please re-download again. Sorry for much trouble, this explanation about it.
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Please report your difficulties, troubles or success in GimPhoto for Linux installation using comments in this page, this will be valuable to others.
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Today is my country Indonesia Independence Day.
So for celebrate it, i have a very special present that will give FREEDOM to all of us. I hope this package can be as one more reason to use Linux!

I had fought almost 8 months to prepare it for this day and now i presents to you... GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux!

GimPhoto for Linux 1.4.3 with Tux

CAUTION: This screenshot only to show fullscreen of image area, NOT MDI
GimPhoto for Linux still CAN'T do MDI because GTK+ can't do MDI
i'm still searching workaround to do MDI under Linux.

GimPhoto for Linux Installer is created using Easy Installer Maker, InstallJammer

GimPhoto for Linux Installer compatible with ALL Linux distro such as Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat, Suse, Mandriva, etc and already tested using Linux Mint 4 Daryna and Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron.

for DEBIAN or UBUNTU users that prefer Debian Package (deb)
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1. Download GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux Debian Package (deb), from this locations:
GimPhoto 1.4.3 Debian Package (deb) - Thank's andyhep!
2. Install it using Gdebi OR Double-click it from Nautilus.

for OTHER LINUX DISTRO use UNIVERSAL LINUX INSTALLER
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1. Download GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux installer file , from this locations:
GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux Installer | MD5

For check MD5 file integrity, do this step:
- put file and its MD5 file at the same folder.
for example: gimphoto-1.4.3_setup and gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.md5
- Open Terminal
- Type: # md5sum -c gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.md5
- if match, will show: gimphoto-1.4.3_setup: OK

2. From Nautilus, click on file gimphoto-1.4.3_setup, right-click, select "Properties" then click Tab "Permissions" and ENABLE "allow execute as program".

3. Run gimphoto-1.4.3_setup with double click it from Nautilus.

4. Installer will ask about root password to be able to install GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux (root password is required because GimPhoto must be installed under /usr/local/gimphoto).

5. GimPhoto must be installed under /usr/local/gimphoto and DON'T CHANGE THE INSTALL LOCATION or GimPhoto will not be able to find its special user preferences settings.

6. After successfully install GimPhoto at /usr/local/gimphoto then there are consideration before using GimPhoto with GIMP, follow below directions that suit to your condition:


If you have GIMP in your system
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BACKUP your GIMP user preferences before run GimPhoto.
GIMP user preferences usually located at /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4
for easy step, use Nautilus > Menu > Enable Show Hidden Files and then browse to folder /home/your_username, find folder .gimp-2.4 and rename it to .gimp-2.4-bak.

RUN /usr/local/gimphoto/gimphoto.sh

You will run special created script shell because GIMP is available in your system and GimPhoto must be can find and use its own preferences and library files rather than GIMP files.


If you already uninstalled GIMP
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DELETE your GIMP user preferences before run GimPhoto.
Usually uninstall GIMP is not also delete the GIMP user preferences, this will affect GimPhoto when we run it.
Delete GIMP user preferences folder that usually located at /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4

RUN /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto

You will run GimPhoto executable file because GIMP is not available in your system then it's safe to run GimPhoto directly.


Uninstall Procedures
===============
RUN /usr/local/gimphoto/uninstall

If you already BACKUP your GIMP preferences folder then rename it back from /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4-bak to /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4



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Download Locations and Installation Procedures
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1. Download GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux installer file that splitted to 5 separate files, from this locations:
- GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux - Part 1 | MD5
- GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux - Part 2 | MD5
- GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux - Part 3 | MD5
- GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux - Part 4 | MD5
- GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux - Part 5 | MD5

For check MD5 file integrity, do this step:
- put file and its MD5 file at the same folder.
for example: gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.001 and gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.001.md5
- Open Terminal
- Type: # md5sum -c gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.001.md5
- if match, will show: gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.001: OK

2. Download and Install LXSPLIT, you can install it by copying binary file OR compiling it from source code, choose one that fit to you:

Copying LXSPLIT (if you prefer binary file)
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- Download lxsplit binary file
- Open Terminal
- Type: # sudo nautilus (you need to supply root password and will run as root)
- Copy lxsplit to /usr/local/bin/
- Click lxsplit, Right-klik, Select "Properties", Click Tab "Permissions", Enable "allow execute as program".
- Make sure Permissions: Owner: Root (Read-Write) Group: Root (Read Only)
- Close Nautilus
- Open Terminal
- test if lxsplit successfully installed with typing: # lxsplit --help

Compiling LXSPLIT (if you prefer source file)
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- Download lxsplit-0.2.3.tar.gz from Sourceforge.Net.
- Extract it to /home/yourusername/ folder (Nautilus: click it, right-click, Extract)
- Open Terminal
- Go to folder lxsplit-0.2.3
- # make
- # sudo make install
- test if lxsplit successfully installed with typing: # lxsplit --help

3. Save 5 separated installer files at the same folder and type at terminal:
# lxsplit -j gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.001

4. If you success joint the file, then will appear a new file: gimphoto-1.4.3_setup

5. Check your gimphoto-1.4.3_setup file integrity with MD5 for gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.
- Put file gimphoto-1.4.3_setup and file gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.md5 at the same folder.
- Open Terminal and type: # md5sum -c gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.md5
- If match, the file status is OK.

6. From Nautilus, click on file gimphoto-1.4.3_setup, right-click, select "Properties" then click Tab "Permissions" and ENABLE "allow execute as program".

7. Run gimphoto-1.4.3_setup with double click it from Nautilus.

8. Installer will ask about root password to be able to install GimPhoto 1.4.3 for Linux (root password is required because GimPhoto must be installed under /usr/local/gimphoto).

9. GimPhoto must be installed under /usr/local/gimphoto and DON'T CHANGE THE INSTALL LOCATION or GimPhoto will not be able to find its special user preferences settings.

10. After successfully install GimPhoto at /usr/local/gimphoto then there are consideration before using GimPhoto with GIMP, follow below directions that suit to your condition:


If you have GIMP in your system
========================
BACKUP your GIMP user preferences before run GimPhoto.
GIMP user preferences usually located at /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4
for easy step, use Nautilus > Menu > Enable Show Hidden Files and then browse to folder /home/your_username, find folder .gimp-2.4 and rename it to .gimp-2.4-bak.

RUN /usr/local/gimphoto/gimphoto.sh

You will run special created script shell because GIMP is available in your system and GimPhoto must be can find and use its own preferences and library files rather than GIMP files.


If you already uninstalled GIMP
=======================
DELETE your GIMP user preferences before run GimPhoto.
Usually uninstall GIMP is not also delete the GIMP user preferences, this will affect GimPhoto when we run it.
Delete GIMP user preferences folder that usually located at /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4

RUN /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto

You will run GimPhoto executable file because GIMP is not available in your system then it's safe to run GimPhoto directly.


Uninstall Procedures
===============
RUN /usr/local/gimphoto/uninstall

If you already BACKUP your GIMP preferences folder then rename it back from /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4-bak to /home/your_username/.gimp-2.4




I hope your installation steps is going smoothly and then GimPhoto for Linux run well, so... enjoy it :)

Last word, MERDEKA! \(^___^)/

63 comments:

  1. I have Ubuntu 8.04 and I'm try to install your Gimphoto, I'm Following this manual but in the step 6 nothing happen on my PC, I already downloaded the 6 files (5 parts and Joint) I run the Joint script, this make the file that u mentioned on the manual but when I Run it ... nothing happen ... :( pls can u help me ??? what I miss ???

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  2. anonymous,
    check if you already save all files under your home folder so you have enough permissions to read/write/execute on that folder.

    later, give execute properties to joint script, follow this steps: Run Nautilus > Click on file gimphoto-143-joint.sh > Right-click > from PopUp Menu Select "Properties" > Click Tab Permissions > Enable "execute..." permissions.

    after that, Double-click on gimphoto-143-joint.sh to run it.

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  3. hi zenith. belated happy independence day.

    what exactly would happen if i'm unable to uninstall Gimp (the one that comes bundled with Ubuntu 8.04) before I attempt to install Gimphoto? what risks am i taking?

    thanks.

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  4. oh yeah. i tried double clicking the joint script, but all that happens is it opens in the gedit application. how can i run it?

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  5. jace_bu,
    GimPhoto can run with GIMP without a problem, the most worst thing that can be happen is only GimPhoto looks like GIMP because GimPhoto read GIMP user preferences folder :)

    just follow instructions in this page carefully, specially in the part "If you have GIMP in your system".

    for running joint-script, do:

    check if you already save all files under your home folder so you have enough permissions to read/write/execute on that folder.

    later, give execute properties to joint script, follow this steps: Run Nautilus > Click on file gimphoto-143-joint.sh > Right-click > from PopUp Menu Select "Properties" > Click Tab Permissions > Enable "execute..." permissions.

    after that, Double-click on gimphoto-143-joint.sh to run it, if you use Nautilus don't forget to choose "Run" instead "Display".

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  6. i was able to run the script, and able to put the files together. however double clicking the set-up file that gets put together afterwards doesn't do anything. the file is on my desktop. i moved it to my main folder, which would be "jace001" right?

    if i put it in my /home folder, it says "permission denied" when i go to properties of the folder, it says that i'm not the owner of the folder so i can't edit permissions. how do i edit it? i'm lost.

    thanks!

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  7. jace_bu,
    if you login using "jace" then your home folder is located at /home/jace/
    NOT /home/ because inside /home/ there is /home/john/, /home/sally, /home/joe, etc.

    if you success run the joint-script then will appear new file with name: gimphoto-1.4.3_setup

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  8. i followed your instructions but i cannot run gimphoto-1.4.3_setup
    amy ideas????

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  9. anonymous,
    what linux distro do you use?
    are you can run gimphoto-143-joint.sh? if you can run it and gimphoto-1.4.3_setup file appear in your folder, then try to run it, if it can't run then try to run it as root user.

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  10. first of all thanks alot for all the effort you put making this programm :)

    i am using ubuntu 64 bit hardy heron gnome desktop and i am not a very experienced user.

    gimphoto-1.4.3_setup appears ,i double click on it but nothing happens.
    all archives are in the folder which has the name i use to log in.

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  11. i typed sudo -i in the terminal and then i tried to open it is that the correct way?

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  12. anonymous,
    try to type "sudo nautilus" and double-klik gimphoto-1.4.3_setup.

    if still can't run, click gimphoto-1.4.3_setup, right-click, from popup select "Properties", from open dialog, click Tab "Permission", check "Execute..." or "Allow execute..", enable it to allow user to execute this file.

    click OK and try to run it again.

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  13. using hardy heron too, like anonymous, and tried "sudo nautilus" and applying permissions - enable executing as program,then double clicking on the gimphoto-1.4.3_setup file, nothing happens however.

    in properties, under the "open with" tab, it doesn't say what program to open with. should there be something there?

    thanks for the help btw.

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  14. Using ubuntu 8.04 32bit, I haven't uninstalled gimp yet.

    I followed your instructions to merge the split archives into one, then running the gimphoto-1.4.3_setup file in term produces this error :

    "application-specific initialization failed: bad end of central directory record"

    I am then left at a % prompt.

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  15. jace_bu, airtonix,
    it's look like your download is somewhat corrupted or not completed.

    next month i will try to upload the installer as single file package to reduce download fail, i can't do it now because my internet bandwidth for this month already exceeded its limit :(

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  16. still no luck :(
    maybe reinstall it...anyway your project is very helpfull,thanks again.
    i will try it in windows for the time being.

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  17. anonymous, jace_bu,
    i'm really sorry for this much trouble, please try download it again. i updated the files and also give more detailed installation instruction.

    please report back here about your installation progress, thanks for your support! (^__^)=b

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  18. Ok install procedure was much more successful this time round.

    However, I was under the impression you were providing an MDI for gimp.

    Can you please provide some clues as to how I enable this feature, or was I mistaken in this assumption?

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  19. One more thing to note is that the LXSplit program you suggest to compile doesn't require the configure step you mention.

    It is a pity that standard cat command on you system does not produce your initially desired results, as it would make distribution of your project easier.

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  20. airtonix,
    thanks for your info about LXSplit, i already fix the compilation step :)

    you already success install GimPhoto? and be able to run it?

    i'm sorry for your MDI expectation but GimPhoto for Windows can do MDI with GimPad help but for now GimPad still not available under Linux :(

    windowing system is very different under Windows and Linux, so GimPad must be programmed from scratch for adapt to Linux.

    please don't expect it to soon because Linux is new development environment to me, even for this release i spent 8 months, i don't know when i can release GimPad for Linux, so many thing i must learn first, specially GTK+

    afaik, GTK+ can't do MDI also the dev.team seems don't like MDI things, maybe KDE can do it but i prefer C rather than C++, so just wish me luck (^p^) hehehe...

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  21. Hi
    I completely removed gimp and installed succesfully gimphoto in Ubuntu. When I run the program I still get the seperated screens instaed of one window.

    any suggestions ?

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  22. Hello,

    I'd like to thank you sincerely for all you've done to develop it and help us...

    I'm facing a bit of a problem when running the script (having installed it in ubuntu 8.04 64bit)

    more specifically it complains about the library

    /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto: error while loading shared libraries: libdbus-glib-1.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    i've cheched the synaptic manager and can't seem to find this particular version, although others are installed in my system. Do you have any advice?

    Warm regards
    dimi

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  23. paulx,
    i'm sorry but for integrated screen you need to use GimPad and for now GimPad is only available for Windows. please read my comment above your comment for detailed info about MDI under Linux.

    dimi,
    i only tested GimPhoto using Ubuntu 8.04 32bit and it run ok, all files and libraries that needed by GimPhoto is already supplied within GimPhoto for Linux installer.

    i never using 64bit system so i don't understand what the difference between 32bit and 64bit system, maybe you got library compatibility problems.

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  24. Aku bangga padamu, hai orang Indonesia!
    You light the torch for frustated gimp users like me!

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  25. Installed succesfuly on Linux Mint 5 Ellysa, running side by side with Gimp 2.4.5 and GimpShop (a gimp layout like photoshop's one).

    Though when i run :
    sudo /usr/local/gimphoto/gimphoto.sh

    I got :

    Gtk-WARNING **: gimp-image-set-unit: missing action gimp-image-set-unit

    error, but I have been tried Gimphoto smoothly.

    Terima kasih!Thank You!

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  26. Heath,
    try to run /usr/local/gimphoto/gimphoto.sh

    but if it still error then please inform more detailed about what PCLinuxOS version do you use? what GIMP version that come default with your Linux?

    GimPhoto is compatible with GIMP 2.4.5. If your GIMP version is older then GIMP 2.4.5 then you will need all new GIMP file library dependencies, from your error code i think you have problems with libtiff, python and lcms library, please check it again.

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  27. /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto: undefined symbol: g_once_init_enter_impl

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  28. Anonymous,
    what Linux distro do you use? what version?
    try to run /usr/local/gimphoto/gimphoto.sh

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  29. its Kubuntu 7.04. As said above, i uninstalled gimp and then installed the gimphoto. I had Gimp1.2.X earlier.

    This is the output when I run /usr/local/gimphoto/gimphoto.sh
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    /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto: undefined symbol: g_once_init_enter_impl
    ------------

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  30. Anonymous,
    this happen because you need to newer libgtk version to run GimPhoto. GimPhoto need environment just like GIMP 2.4.5, so if you can run GIMP 2.4.5 under your Linux then GimPhoto can run too.

    I can run GimPhoto under Ubuntu 8.04 and Linux Mint 5.0 without installing additional files or library.

    for Ubuntu 7.10 or Linux Mint 4.0, i need to install newer libgtk before can run GimPhoto. But be careful because installing libgtk without prefix will ruin your Linux installation.

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  31. Gw jg dari indonesia tepatnya bali.
    Gw udah coba instal di ubuntu, dan berhasil!
    Tapi masalahnya Gmn caranya supaya icon/shortcut dari gimphoto supaya bisa ada di desktop/depan?
    Oh, iya sebelumnya udah install gimp tapi udah tak uninstall/remove beserta file preference nya (/home/your_username/.gimp-2.4) << udah tak hapus.
    jadi gmn supaya icon/shortcut gimphoto bisa ada di desktop/depan ?

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  32. Anonymous,
    salam kenal, kebetulan saya juga baru balik dari Bali ni :)

    untuk icon/shortcut dari gimphoto supaya bisa ada di desktop, silakan ikuti tutorial-nya.

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  33. Saya udah baca tutorialnya, klo kayak gtu saya juga tau.Tapi masalahnya di tempat saya di: Applications > Graphics > ??? (Gak ada pilihan Gimphoto)
    Jadi klo saya mau make Gimphoto saya harus masuk ke /usr/local/gimphoto/bin/gimphoto
    Jadi, saya minta tolong gmn caranya supaya shortcut gimphoto bisa ada di depan?

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  34. Anonymous,
    Anda harus buat menu launcher untuk GimPhoto dulu, tutorialnya tepat di bawah tutorial untuk buat desktop launcher atau di sini tepatnya:
    http://www.gimphoto.com/2008/11/ubuntu-applications-menu-for-gimphoto.html

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  35. Makasi banyak mas, shortcutnya udah berhasil tak bw ke desktop.

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  36. Maaf mas nanya lagi, bisa ga supaya icon yg di
    Applications > Graphics > GimPhoto 1.4.3
    supaya iconnya jadi iconnya Gimp?
    soalnya sekarang iconnya kayak gambar pir mobil gtu (defaultnya)
    jadi bisa ga iconnya jadi icon Gimp?
    Maaf merepotkan, tapi saya lebih suka pake gimphoto dibanding Gimp...

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  37. Anonymous,
    1. ambil icon gimp dari link: http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/tango-artists/attachments/20070111/9748ab73/gimp_48-0001.png
    2. copy file icon gimp png ke:
    /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/
    3. klik menu > System > Preferences > Main Menu
    4. dobel-klik menu GimPhoto 1.4.3
    5. akan muncul menu seperti di tutorial http://www.gimphoto.com/2008/11/ubuntu-applications-menu-for-gimphoto.html
    perhatikan langkah tutorial no.3 dan ada tulisan di gambar "click here to change icon".
    6. klik di gambar icon "spt per mobil" maka akan muncul banyak pilihan icon, salah satunya adalah icon gimp png yg di-copy di langkah no.2
    7, klik ok maka icon menu akan berubah menjadi icon yang telah dipilih.

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  38. I did everything until the double-click to install. Nothing happens there.

    What's wrong?

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  39. Anonymous,
    from Nautilus, try to right-click the file and select Properties > set Enable to execute, after that try again to double-click the file.

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  40. Mas, saya yg dari Bali,Indonesia
    Makasi banyak mas, ganti iconnya udah berhasil!!
    mohon maaf klo merepotkan mas, maklum saya baru pake Linux (tapi klo Gimphoto -+ udah 6 bln di Windows).Ntar sebagai balesannya Gimphoto bakal tak promosiin ke temen2 yg lain.....

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  41. Zenith, this is Anonymous from two posts above. It still doesn't work. I have Mandriva 2009 Gnome if that might be relevant.

    I hate the GIMP please help me to install this program. Write me to: cbn97@hotmail.com

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  42. Anonymous,
    ah sama-sama, saya juga lagi belajar Linux kok ;)
    thank's ya :)

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  43. Please help me to install Gimphoto in Mandriva 2009.

    Those instructions don't work and I need it.

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  44. Anonymous,
    try more specific about your error message and you can also try to run it from terminal or run it as root.

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  45. Just some feedback on install.

    Installed on Arch Linux. Installed with no problems. When opened from gimphoto/bin/gimphoto it opened as expected but would not open any file types (jpg,png,etc) and no file types showed up in the 'Select File Type' in File>Open except for "Automatically Detected" and "Gimp XCF Image".

    Then tried opening from gimphoto/gimphoto.sh. It opened perfectly and I could open files with no problem and the full list of file types was listed in the 'Select File Type' option.

    Also, for what it's worth, the running program does not show up in my application panel at the bottom of my screen. But this could well be a kde4 problem and not yours.

    Appreciate your good work.

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  46. I posted about a "problem" in ubuntu Intrepid.I found the direct icon with some help ^_^U it seems to work fine. Still it didn't asked for password O_o it may be 'cause my set preferences >.> I better check. By the way it's great that you offer this software. It's a great idea. Tanks.

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  47. Anonymous,
    glad to hear that gimphoto works in your linux ;)

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  48. zenith,

    please tell where i can read and learn to compile applications from source into binary package which runs on any Linux, just like you do with lxsplit.

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  49. SS-27,
    - for compile apps from source into binary, try search good tutorial via Google, like "compile vlc 0.9.2 for ubuntu 8.10"
    - after you successful compile it then try all the program features.
    - create package installer using installjammer (get it from http://www.installjammer.com)
    - package installer that created using installjammer will compatible with any Linux.

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  50. zenith,
    thank you!

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  51. Folks,

    There's been some discussion here, and on the Ubuntu forums, about creating a .deb package for Ubuntu (and other Debian-based distros).

    You can actually do this yourself, if you have the "checkinstall" package installed. Just make sure you are root, and in the same directory as the setup executable. Then type the following commands:

    echo "Free Photoshop alternative for photo and image editor" > description-pak

    checkinstall -Dy --pkgname gimphoto --pkgversion 1.4.3 ./gimphoto-1.4.3_setup --mode silent

    It will create a .deb package file for you, and install it in the package database. You can then uninstall any time using the normal deb package management tools.

    Hope this helps.

    andyhep.

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  52. andyhep,
    Thank's for your suggestions.

    I already tried following your steps but .deb package that produced is only 2Mb and that far from original GimPhoto installer size that around 20Mb, why this happen? is this steps will wrap gimphoto installer with .deb format?

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  53. Hi zenith,

    Actually, I think what checkinstall does is run the installer, track the files as they are installed, and then bundle all these files into a .deb file.

    It seems not to be working properly for you - 2Mb is definitely too small - the .deb package should be around 16.8Mb.

    Not to worry - you can download the one I created from this link.

    Let me know if it works for you.

    andyhep.

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  54. andyhep,
    Thank you very much for gimphoto deb installer!

    i will try your installer, if it works ok then i will upload it to googlecode and give you credit for creating it.

    (^__^)=b

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  55. andyhep,
    i already tested your deb package and it works ok!
    good job (^__^)=b Thank's!

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  56. Hey zenith,

    Super - glad it works for you! :-)

    Take it easy,

    andyhep.

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  57. Thanks for your effort but maybe you could put a big bold text warning at the top of this page that explains that this program does not provide MDI. It could be that I'm just dump and missed it anywhere on your site, otherwise it should definitively be noted IMHO.

    I completely purged my GIMP and preferences just to install another older version of GIMP. I have not looked at your program much beyond it's lack of MDI since that is the only thing I don't like about GIMP. I'm sure there is value for some people, just not myself. Next time I boot into Windows, I'll give your program another shot.

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  58. Anonymous,
    Thank's for trying GimPhoto and also for your suggestions.
    Sorry for much trouble about MDI things :)

    for now i set more detailed info about MDI condition under Linux for prevent misleading screenshot intepretations.

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  59. Kapan buat versi baru dari gimphoto, saya sendiri make yg versi windows dan linux?
    ditunggu versi barunya.......

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  60. Anonymous,
    salam kenal dari surabaya :)

    terima kasih atas kesediaannya untuk menggunakan GimPhoto for Windows maupun for Linux.

    untuk sekarang ini saya masih sibuk mempersiapkan GimPad 1.2 dan sedang berusaha untuk bisa membuat GimPhoto for Mac, nanti setelah itu selesai, baru saya akan membuat versi terbaru GimPhoto, jadi harap bersabar dulu ya :)

    oya, mohon bantuannya untuk memperkenalkan GimPhoto ke teman-teman atau kerabat Anda mengenai GimPhoto, terima kasih.

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  61. Do we know how much it would cost to get an MDI developed for GTK so that GIMP could finally work with an MDI on GNU/Linux? Why don't you attempt to raise the money. The way you could do that is setup an form that allows users to submit an email, phone, and name along with a donation amount of how much they think they could afford to donate. Then if it appears that there may be enough money eventually to actually develop a MDI for GTK and GIMP then contact those people who said they would donate and let them know that the project was successful and to go ahead and send their contributions in.

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  62. sad person19/2/11 9:00 PM

    it's no use!!
    it doesn't work

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  63. sad,
    what OS do you use? which package do you use? deb or universal? and what is the error message?

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