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2019-01-09 11:39:06 UTC (5 months ago)
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I am using gimp 2.10.8 with Kubuntu 18.10. Now, the installation of gimp-gutenprint requires libgimp2.0, which makes the installation of gimp-plugin-registry fail, as it depends on libgimp3.0. How can I solve this problem, as obviously I can't have libgimp2.0 and libgimp3.0 installed at the same time?

2019-01-09 12:28:59 UTC (5 months ago)
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I am using gimp 2.10.8 with Kubuntu 18.10. Now, the installation of gimp-gutenprint requires libgimp2.0, which makes the installation of gimp-plugin-registry fail, as it depends on libgimp3.0. How can I solve this problem, as obviously I can't have libgimp2.0 and libgimp3.0 installed at the same time?

Sorry, it is just the other way round: gimp-gutenprint depends on libgimp3.0, whereas gimp-plugin-registration depends on libgimp2.0.

2019-01-09 13:08:32 UTC (5 months ago)
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Sorry, it is just the other way round: gimp-gutenprint depends on libgimp3.0, whereas gimp-plugin-registration depends on libgimp2.0.

Gimp 2.10.8 in 'buntu 18.10 then must be using

https://launchpad.net/~otto-kesselgulasch/+archive/ubuntu/gimp

With this comment: quote "I had to kick out the gimp-plugin-registry for now due to massive incompatibility with Gimp 2.10+"

Not only that but bloated and contains filters that have not worked since Gimp 2.6

The best way is download the .deb file, unpack it and copy your required scripts or plugins to your Gimp profile.

I know from past experience that I am wasting my breath with that advice, so If you want 160 scripts and 19 plugins cluttering up your Gimp.

Go to some convenient folder and use the following to get the deb (copy - paste these into the terminal)

wget https://launchpadlibrarian.net/325454826/gimp-plugin-registry_7.20170217-0a9~ppa_amd64.deb

Then still in the terminal, to force an install.

sudo dpkg -i --force-all gimp-plugin-registry_7.20170217-0a9~ppa_amd64.deb

see attached screenshot(s)

A quick test and the important ones are working, resynthesizer / heal selection / liguid-rescale etc. Do not know the broken ones but expect plenty.

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

2019-01-09 15:22:52 UTC (5 months ago)
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Gimp 2.10.8 in 'buntu 18.10 then must be using

https://launchpad.net/~otto-kesselgulasch/+archive/ubuntu/gimp

With this comment: quote "I had to kick out the gimp-plugin-registry for now due to massive incompatibility with Gimp 2.10+"

Not only that but bloated and contains filters that have not worked since Gimp 2.6

The best way is download the .deb file, unpack it and copy your required scripts or plugins to your Gimp profile.

I know from past experience that I am wasting my breath with that advice, so If you want 160 scripts and 19 plugins cluttering up your Gimp.

Go to some convenient folder and use the following to get the deb (copy - paste these into the terminal)

Thanks very much for the instructions you gave. The installtion seems to have worked out fine. However, I am not able to connec to the

wget
https://launchpadlibrarian.net/325454826/gimp-plugin-registry_7.20170217-0a9~ppa_amd64.deb

Then still in the terminal, to force an install.

sudo dpkg -i --force-all gimp-plugin-registry_7.20170217-0a9~ppa_amd64.deb

see attached screenshot(s)

A quick test and the important ones are working, resynthesizer / heal selection / liguid-rescale etc. Do not know the broken ones but expect plenty.

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

Thanks so much for the instructions you gave. The installation seems to have worked out fine. However, I am not able to connect ot the plugin registry as http://registry.gimp.org/ seems not to be available. Any idea what happened?

2019-01-09 15:52:30 UTC (5 months ago)
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Thanks very much for the instructions you gave. The installtion seems to have worked out fine. However, I am not able to connec to the Thanks so much for the instructions you gave. The installation seems to have worked out fine. However, I am not able to connect ot the plugin registry as http://registry.gimp.org/ seems not to be available. Any idea what happened?

Closed due to lots of spam and no maintenance.

There is backup of the site

https://github.com/pixlsus/registry.gimp.org_static/tree/master/registry.gimp.org

and if you hunt through the files section you might find the script/plugin you are looking for. Remember most of these are ancient and not likely to work with Gimp 2.10

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2019-01-10 18:16:25 UTC (5 months ago)
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Closed due to lots of spam and no maintenance.

There is backup of the site

https://github.com/pixlsus/registry.gimp.org_static/tree/master/registry.gimp.org

and if you hunt through the files section you might find the script/plugin you are looking for. Remember most of these are ancient and not likely to work with Gimp 2.10

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

The plug-in I am looking for is the 'resynthesizer'. In the backuo directory you mentioned i only found a version, which obviously was built for Gimp for Windows as it contains .exe files. Then, after installing Gimp 2.99, I tried a set of files providded by another Gimp user:

plugin-heal-selection.py plugin-heal-transparency.py
resynthesizer
resynthesizer-gui

and copied them into the folder /usr/lib/gimp/2.99/plug-ins/. Obviously, this is not quite the way to do it, as Gimp does not display them in the plug-in browser. Is there a way I can use these files?

2019-01-10 19:34:24 UTC (5 months ago)
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The plug-in I am looking for is the 'resynthesizer'. In the backuo directory you mentioned i only found a version, which obviously was built for Gimp for Windows as it contains .exe files. Then, after installing Gimp 2.99, I tried a set of files providded by another Gimp user:

plugin-heal-selection.py plugin-heal-transparency.py
resynthesizer
resynthesizer-gui

Gimp 2.99 this time. Where did you get that version of Gimp? What happened to Gimp 2.10.8?

plugin-heal-selection.py plugin-heal-transparency.py resynthesizer resynthesizer-gui from another use? What linux and version of Gimp is other user using? Are they compatible with 'buntu?

Assuming compatible, are they marked ***executable***. That is the usual reason for plugins not showing. You can check using the file browser and file properties

and copied them into the folder /usr/lib/gimp/2.99/plug-ins/. Obviously, this is not quite the way to do it, as Gimp does not display them in the plug-in browser. Is there a way I can use these files?

Certainly is not the way to do it.

Where did that folder come from? The Gimp library directory for plugins is usr/lib/gimp/2.0/plug-ins The screenshot is the plugins you installed yesterday using the gimp-plugin-registry package. Have those gone? I hope they have.

The place to install your plug-ins is in your home partition. The Gimp user profile, that is what it is there for. For Gimp 2.99 will be the hidden folder ~/.config/GIMP/2.99/plug-ins Please check that you have that folder. You might have a ~/.config/GIMP/2.10/.. as well, if you previously had 2.10 installed.

Attached the plugins I use (and compiled) in Gimp 2.10 They all have permissions set, all you have to do is unzip into ~/.config/GIMP/2.99/plug-ins

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2019-01-10 21:32:46 UTC (5 months ago)
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Gimp 2.99 this time. Where did you get that version of Gimp? What happened to Gimp 2.10.8?

Ok, you have installed the development version from otto-kesselgulasch/gimp-edge I see the /usr/lib/gimp/2.99/plug-ins folder.

Not a good idea. It has dire warnings about use for sensible reasons.

One problem is is that there is no python support. Those heal-selection.py plugins will not work even if resynthesizer does work.

Go back to the regular Gimp 2.10 and if you want to experiment maybe use an 'appimage' see:

https://github.com/aferrero2707/gimp-appimage/releases/ Use the 'with plugins' version.

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

2019-01-11 12:03:06 UTC (5 months ago)
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Ok, you have installed the development version from otto-kesselgulasch/gimp-edge I see the /usr/lib/gimp/2.99/plug-ins folder.

Not a good idea. It has dire warnings about use for sensible reasons.

One problem is is that there is no python support. Those heal-selection.py plugins will not work even if resynthesizer does work.

Go back to the regular Gimp 2.10 and if you want to experiment maybe use an 'appimage' see:

https://github.com/aferrero2707/gimp-appimage/releases/ Use the 'with plugins' version.

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

Thanks very much! The appimage works great. The gimp 2.10.8 installation I have is the flatpak version. It is ssaid to be the recommended way to install but here it seems to be even more complicated if not impossible to add third party plug-ins. So, I guess for the time being I am happy with the appimage.

2019-01-11 12:41:20 UTC (5 months ago)
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Thanks very much! The appimage works great. The gimp 2.10.8 installation I have is the flatpak version. It is ssaid to be the recommended way to install but here it seems to be even more complicated if not impossible to add third party plug-ins. So, I guess for the time being I am happy with the appimage.

You are correct about the flatpak. I use 2.10.8 flatpak in a Kubuntu 16.04. There are ways-and-means of getting many plugins working. Lack of QT support means no gmic_qt plugin. Too many dependency issues for both gutenprint and SANE. Apart from that, python plugins and script-fu works ok.

Why use it, still plenty questions around from Gimp 2.8.x users, so I run that as well.

Up to you but a Kubuntu 18.10 has an end-of-life 2019-07 while Kubuntu 18.04 is 2023-04 All depends how you want to maintain your installation.

rich: www.gimp-forum.net