> On Sun, 2009-02-22 at 15:22 +0000, norman wrote:
> > I want to install a python plug-in into Gimp and the method I am
> > following says to check with Synaptic to make sure that gimp-python is
> > installed. On checking with Synaptic the package is not listed. I would
> > be grateful for some clue as to what to do. I run Ubuntu 8.10 on a
> > desktop computer.
> The package description states that gimp-python is a virtual package and
> is provided by gimp. So you should be fine as long as you have the
> "gimp" package installed.
> aptitude show gimp-python
> No current or candidate version found for gimp-python
> Package: gimp-python
> State: not a real package
> Provided by: gimp
Thank you, that is very clear.
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