Marcel Pol wrote:
> On 08-Jun-00 Alvaro Nunes wrote:
> > I made the Gnome upgrade. So, as a consequence, I have now a new Gimp on
> > my system and when I try to install sane I receive a message saying that
> > libgimp.so.1 is unsatisfied. This never ocurred to me before and I
> > suppose that eventually this never would ocurred if I don't have made a
> > clean install of Mandrake 7, I mean, if I have installed the new Gnome
> > over my old installation where sane was working fine.
> I had the same with Sane 1.0.1, allthough I do not remember what error came up.
> Sane 1.0.2 and Gimp 1.1.22 work fine for me.
> Marcel Pol
I am no expert but it might be because you have two Gimps on the
I had trouble getting sane to install until I did this one thing.
I went to /usr/lib where some of the gimp 1.0.4 libraries reside and
10 files that start with libgimp.xx to a temp directory. I then built
sane 1.0.2 and had no problem. Now I could only link the newer Gimp
by doing this but by moving the files back into /usr/lib you will still
be able to run 1.0.4 but will not be able to link it to sane.
I think sane can only be built using the libraries of either version and
cannot use both at the same time. Perhaps someone smarter out there has
way to have both versions of Gimp up and running and being able to link
both versions to sane.
I have had a problem with Gimp .XX having trouble reading some kinds of
where 1.0.4 was still able to read them. I could open the file in
under 1.0.4 and save it and then 1.0.23 would be able to read them.
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