I installed Gimp 2.8 via the bundle manager and tried to start from the 'Installed Bundles' start-icon and also received the error messages. Then I started Gimp from the kickoff menu and Gimp starts.I have a fully updated system and I ran pacman -Syu prior to installing.Screenshot is as it installed, i.e NOT single window mode.
Yes, probably. Anyway, I remember I once helped a user set up Gmic with its GIMP bundle, it was working just fine.So my question is: you're trying to find a way to install Gmic at all, or you would like to see this automated?
Prior to upgrading to 14.04 on my 64-bit laptop, Gimp 2.8 ran perfectly. Since the upgrade, Gimp is prone to just quiting -- it just winks out of existance. This also happens if I start Gimp and try to open "some" image files (plain jpg images); Gimp winks out of existance.
I took the time this morning to completely get rid of Gimp, and I mean completely.
I am having the same problem basically. I says my Gimp-plugin registry is not installed ,yet, the program is still there and working. I wanted to try to fix an old color photo and thought that installing "Gimp 2.8 would be better. I am running Raring Ringtail 13.04.with no Windows.
Hi I'm a linux newbie and am having some problems with installing Gimp 2.8. I previously installed Gimp 2.6 onto my 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04 machine using Ubuntu Software Center. However, I recently tried out 2.8 and found that I like the changes and would like to install this version instead.