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GIMP 2.4 RC2 packages for Ubuntu 7.04

By at 2007-09-04 19:57:38 UTC, last updated over 15 years ago. CC BY-NC License

You can find the Ubuntu 7.04 packages for the new GIMP 2.4 RC2 on our download page (for i386 and AMD64):

Download GIMP 2.4 RC2 for Ubuntu 7.04

We didn’t test these packages on other systems as our own, so if you find any errors, please post here.

These are only inofficial packages of a preview version. Don’t bother the GIMP developers when something doesn’t work.


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measekite member for over 15 years measekite 2 comments
over 15 years ago

Can you install Gimp 2.2 and Gimp 2.4 on Feisty at the same time?

If yes how do you do it without getting install errors.

redforce member for over 16 years redforce 230 comments
over 15 years ago

Damon, this is because the libexif version which is shipped with Ubuntu 7.04 is too old. I would have to include a new libexif with the GIMP, and I haven't done this yet because it would be another error source. I will include libexif with the final GIMP 2.4 - of course, if Ubuntu 7.10 (with GIMP 2.4 final) is not released until then.

over 15 years ago

I've noticed that when saving photo's in .jpg format there's no option in Advanced Options to save the exif data. Will this be fixed in the final version? This works just fine in gimp 2.2.13 packaged with Ubuntu 7.04.

over 15 years ago

I notice it doesn't recognise Wacom tablets in a default Ubuntu install. I'm guessing this has something to do with xorg.conf being configured to use /dev/mice as the pointer, and so the tablet is appearing as a standard mouse? I don't know what magic the packaged Gimp 2.2 does to get around this and work out of the box.