[Digikam-users] Re: Help! Installation of new exiv2 2.0??
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Sat Dec 18 06:04:36 GMT 2010
You want mean exiv2 0.20 or 0.21.
To use these version in digiKam, you need to recompile and install
libkexiv2, the KDE/Qt interface of Exiv2 used by digiKam.
After that, digiKam and kipi-plugins need to be recompiled too.
If you use precompiled packages, try to update libkexiv2 as well.
After go to Help/Components Info from digiKam to see which version is
used in background.
2010/12/18 Hevï Guy <heviiguy at gmail.com>:
> Hello everybody. Please pardon my ignorance but, I'm much more of a
> photographer than a Linux wizard...
> Like many others, I've been plagued by the problem of slowwwwwwww... photo
> imports. Yes, I am a proud Nikon D90 owner. I understand that exiv2 was the
> culprit and I also know that version 2 has been developed to overcome the
> problem. This is good. What's not good is that I have absolutely no idea
> whatsoever about how to take advantage of this new file; How do I
> incorporate it into my version of DigiKam (1.6.0) running on Ubuntu 10.10???
> If anybody can lead me through the painful process (with many noob-necessary
> details) I would be very appreciative.
> Ciao y'all.
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