QUOTE(Chero @ Mar 27 2006, 02:14 PM)
It should have complained about libexif during install.
I didn't include it in "my" feed, cause it had already been posted somewhere else.
I could add it to the feed though ...
About libgphoto2 : I thought it could run without it (it was an optional feature), that's why I asked to report success/failure. Apparently it doesn't, so I'll change the dependencies.
Which libgphoto did you install ?
About jpegs : yes, it should.
Thanks for going through this hell,
It did not complain about missing any dependencies when I installed gthumb. So even if libexif was in the feed, it doesn't seem like it would have grabbed it, although having it in the feed would have made it easier for me to get it onto my Z.
I used libgphoto2 from the same feed as gthumb. It complained during the install that it wanted libusb but couldn't find it, however it didn't seem to need it at run time (my 760 has no USB, so I didn't see the point).
It also complained at run time about missing some "high color" icons. It ran anyway, but fixed the error by intalling the hicolor package from the same feed.
So, in conclusion:
1. libexif needs to be added to the feed.
2. libexif needs to be added to the dependencies for gthumb
3. libgphoto2 needs to be added to the dependencies for gthumb
EDIT: 3.1. libusb MAY need to be removed from the dependency list for libgphoto2
4. hicolor MAY needs to be added to the dependencies for gthumb
5. However, all that just gets the program to run without complaining, it still doesn't actually show any pictures. I noticed the end of this poster http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...ndpost&p=120497
had the same issue though. Am I missing anything else? Did I use the wrong libgphoto2 package?
Thanks. I don't mind testing if it makes it better in the future.
If you make any changes, let me know, and I'll uninstall all of this stuff and try again from scratch to see if it goes any better.