Re: [Gimp-developer] Windows 10 and Bash on Ubuntu

I'd probably try cross build since after 'sudo apt-get install gimp' and trying to run it, it fails on 'cannot open display' so I think that indicates the shell cannot run it under windows and gimp needs to be built as a cross build. But as said, I'm just a beginner. :)

- Petteri Soininen

On 4.2.2017 4:28, Partha Bagchi wrote:
Are you planning to cross build or a native build? I am not sure what you are asking.

On Fri, Feb 3, 2017 at 9:20 PM, Petteri Soininen <pesoini gmail com <mailto:pesoini gmail com>> wrote:


    I was more like thinking if anyone has already done that so I
    could get some pointers and try it too. If that's not the case I
    probably can try building it myself and take notes to make a 'how
    to' so I can give advice to others who like to try the same. If
    during that I face problems, I'll probably try to ask help in IRC.
    That Bash shell probably is quite standard installation in WIn10,
    so making build instructions for that couldn't hurt (if that's
    even possible). :)

    - Petteri Soininen

    On 2.2.2017 22:13, Michael Schumacher wrote:

        On 02/02/2017 08:05 PM, Petteri Soininen wrote:

            Windows 10 introduced an Ubuntu Bash shell, so I'm
            interested if anyone
            has compiled GIMP using that environment. I tried, but I'm
            just a newbie
            and got into problems where gegl didn't see babl etc. so
            my environment
            variable settings were probably either wrong or not
            effective or I just
            messed up something.

        Hi Petteri,

        this is the point where you should explain what you did in
        regard to the
        environment variable - as detailed as it would be necessary
        for someone
        to reproduce what you did, without knowing what you did.

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