|FROM ||Dedeco Balaco via gimp-user-list
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout - NYLXS] [Gimp-user] Debian 11, updated,
|Soon, I will compile Gimp after doing *'configure'* with these arguments:
$ ./configure --with-gimpdir=/dev/shm/.root/tmp/ \
Is there anything else i can do, for a test? I do not want to cause any
minimal effect on the installed Gimp package in my Debian. I want to
ignore it completely, from my preferences to everything else.
I am not an experienced developer with these things, so I will wait
someone reply here, before *'make install'*ing it.
Thank you (:
Em 16/10/2021 21:26, Dedeco Balaco via gimp-user-list escreveu:
> Em 16/10/2021 21:14, Liam R E Quin escreveu:
>> On Sat, 2021-10-16 at 20:45 -0300, Dedeco Balaco via gimp-user-list
>>> What happened to gimp "clone" tool?? It stopped working for me.
>> Most likely is that you have a selection - almost all operations in
>> GIMP happen inside the selection, to give control. So, try, edit/select
>> none, maybe?
> This is surely not the case. There is not selection there. The
> yellow+black image border that we see in the video, means it is not
> Anyway, i tried to select all the image (ctrl+a) and repeating the
> cloning steps i described. Nothing. Selecting "none" again
> (ctrl+shift+a) and repeating again... nothing either.
>>> If possible, I want to install a previous version of Gimp,
>>> of the current one: separate settings, all needed files, so i can run
>>> both at the same time, without any conflict. Yes, it can be from
>> If you're going to do that, install the most recent instead!
> Can you, or anyone here, help me here? I tried to find clear steps for
> that, and did not find. Something like:
> 1. download and extract source anywhere
> 2. run './configure' with arguments [?AAA?], [?BBB?], [?CCC?], [?DDD?]
> to change install dir, user configuration dir (and possibly other things
> i do not imagine).
> 3. run 'make'
> 4. 'make install'
> 5. Done!
> Smaller, but if possible, really great: if it can have a different
> shortcut installed with step 4, perfect. Else, just making it not
> breaking the current Debian one, and i check which is the new binary,
> and manually create a shortcut for it - this is known and easy.
> Thank you
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