[Digikam-users] "Install digiKam in your Home Directory"
caulier.gilles at kdemail.net
Wed Nov 15 14:33:54 GMT 2006
On Wednesday 15 November 2006 16:20, Daniel Bauer wrote:
> On Wednesday 15 November 2006 12:06, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> > Both installations of Exiv2 releases on the system : 0.10 and 0.11.
> > This is the problem. Please remove the old Exiv2 library installed on
> > your system and let's only 0.11 release.
> Gilles, when I want to remove exiv2 Yast tells me that ufraw 0.8.1-1 needs
> it. And I need ufraw for my cr2's very often...
> Is there a stable release exiv2 0.11 somewhere that will work with ufraw
> AND digikam? (I need stable versions for my productive work...).
Well, i don't know, because i compile all myself.
Perhaps somewhere have more informations about Exiv2 Suse packages available
if no, well, only use the official Exiv2 10.0 package for suse, including
developement package to compile of course.
But, take a care : like developper of Exiv2 project (yes i'm very active
(:=))), i'm must ask you than Exiv2 0.11 is more stable and more improved
> > Clean up digikam/DigikamImageplugins _and _ kipi-plugins source code
> > (both use Exiv2). recompile and install, in first kipi-plugins, in second
> > digikam/DigikamImagePlugins.
> > Normally, this will solve your crash problem.
> > Daniel, if i remember, you use Suse 10.1.
> Still on 10.0. I've read too much about problems with 10.1 to give it a try
> - never change a running system :-)
> > Here I have a PIV computer under
> > Suse 10.1 and i have no crash duing of Exiv2 internal bug (listed in
> > other mail from this thread). The Exiv2 bug appear in special case
> > (reported generally on AMD64 computers)
> Here its an "old" intel 32.
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