GIMP can't open/save jpeg

GIMP can't open/save jpeg

Post by Benny K.Y. L » Fri, 24 Jul 1998 04:00:00



hi,

    I had once built GIMP 1.0.0 without the libjpeg.a installed. So of
course it can't open/save any jpeg file.
    Then I installed libjpeg.a and go to the source directory of GIMP to
do "make clean; configure; make; make install" to rebuild it. But it
still cannot open/save jpeg files....
    Please help me out...

thanks
Benny

 
 
 

GIMP can't open/save jpeg

Post by Zach Bea » Fri, 24 Jul 1998 04:00:00



>hi,

>    I had once built GIMP 1.0.0 without the libjpeg.a installed. So of
>course it can't open/save any jpeg file.
>    Then I installed libjpeg.a and go to the source directory of GIMP to
>do "make clean; configure; make; make install" to rebuild it. But it
>still cannot open/save jpeg files....
>    Please help me out...

Be sure to remove config.cache as well, because it's probably caching the
fact that you don't have libjpeg.

Zach
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GIMP can't open/save jpeg

Post by Erik de Castro Lop » Sat, 25 Jul 1998 04:00:00



> hi,

>     I had once built GIMP 1.0.0 without the libjpeg.a installed. So of
> course it can't open/save any jpeg file.
>     Then I installed libjpeg.a and go to the source directory of GIMP to
> do "make clean; configure; make; make install" to rebuild it. But it
> still cannot open/save jpeg files....
>     Please help me out...

I had this problem when I had an old version of libjpeg in /usr/lib
and a new version in /usr/local/lib.

I deleted the old library and it then worked. Well actually, I renamed
it
so I could find out if any other app was using it. None was.

Hope this helps,
Erik
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1. gimp compilation broken,undefined reference to 'jpeg..'

[ gimp.error 1K ]

First of all I would like to thank all people who has tried to help me
compiling 'gimp'. Thanks to them I've moved on a little bit
but I have still new problem to compile gimp-0.9.99 from sources.

I have put all things from '.libs' into /usr/local/lib/
and I have installed 'jpeg-6a'.
I've type 'ldconfig' , then
cd /usr/local/gimp-0.9.99
change the three files 'Makefiles.in' from gtk+/gtk/, gtk+/gdk/, libgimp/
according the 'patch' I've received from somebody from the 'gimp mailing list'
then:
1 ../configure
2. make
(and I have got rid of the problem with -lglib, -lgtk, -lgdk
library: before the compilation was broken and I've got:
' -lglib no such file or directory')
but finally the compilation was broken again but much much later and
I've got the following message:
------
l/lib../gtk+/glib/.libs/lglib.so -L/X11R6/lib -lXext -lX11 -ljep -lc -lm
jpeg.o: In function 'load_image':
/usr/local/gimp-0.99.9/plug-ins/jpeg.c:281: undefined reference to 'jpeg_std_err
or'
/usr/local/gimp-0.99.9/plug-ins/jpeg.c:302: .......................'jpeg_destroy_
decompress
and similarly: ...jpeg.c:310:................jpeg_CreateDecompress
                  jpeg.c:314
                         ..
                         618.. (about in 20 lines were  errors)
make[2]: ***[jpeg] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory '/usr/local/gimp-0.99.9/plug-ins'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1] leaving directory '/usr/local/gimp-0.99.9'

Could someone please suggest how to avoid this problem?

Jan Krupa

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