gimp2: Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init
Eric F (iEFdev)
eric at iefdev.se
Sat Aug 29 22:24:40 UTC 2020
I saw this post as well: https://www.gimpusers.com/forums/gimp-developer/10488-resolved-missing-filters-in-my-gimp-2-4-5
Have no idea. I haven't seen it before. I have the “gimp-app” installed and start Gimp from the Dock, but I saw it now when starting Gimp from Terminal. The items in: “Filters►Script-Fu►” seems to work though, and the console and server panes opened.
On 8/29/20 23:27 , Ken Cunningham wrote:
> BTW, there is an email chain here suggesting certain remnants of previous gimp installs left behind might cause this <http://gimp.1065349.n5.nabble.com/Missing-filters-in-GIMP-2-4-5-td9300.html> and I tried clearing out every remnant of gimp in my home folder until nothing was left:
> $ sudo find ~ | grep gimp
> but still, no matter what I do:
> $ gimp
> Unable to read initialization file script-fu.init
> seems to me everyone must see this, no?
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