How to install plugins?

Asked by Mark on 2007-04-14

I am a new user to Linux. I have Ubuntu up and running but I noticed that Gwenview plugins were not included in the Ubuntu install, so I was wondering how to install them. I've looked around but found no place that has offered info on how to do this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Mark

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Ralph Janke (txwikinger) said : #1

Thanks for the question.

Did you install kipi-plugins? I believe this package also contains gwenview plugins.

I hope this helps

Best Mark (makhanchor) said : #2

Thanks for the tip. I now realize that kipi needs KDE and my system didn't seem to like KDE as long as I was using gnome so I have just switched to Kubuntu, which is Ubuntu with a KDE interface.

I now have some of the plugins and am going to look for how to install kipi-plugins.

I'll report back if I am successful.

Thanks,

Mark

joe richter (joe-r) said : #3

after installing kipi-plugins it worked for me

regards, joe

LeeV (leev) said : #4

I've just try to install kipi-plugins on my Gutsy box and got this -

boss@jupiter:~$ sudo aptitude install kipi-plugins
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Reading extended state information
Initialising package states... Done
Building tag database... Done
The following packages are unused and will be REMOVED:
  libgoffice-0-6-common libgsf-gnome-1-114 libruby1.8 python-mutagen
  python-pyogg python-pyvorbis ruby ruby1.8
The following NEW packages will be automatically installed:
  enscript gnupg-agent gpgsm kaddressbook kcontrol kdebase-data
  kdepim-kio-plugins kdepim-kresources kdeprint kfind kghostview kicker
  kmail konqueror konqueror-nsplugins kooka korganizer libkcal2b
  libkdepim1a libkleopatra1 libkmime2 libkpimexchange1 libkpimidentities1
  libksba8 libkscan1 libksieve0 libktnef1 libmimelib1c2a mpg123 ocrad
  oss-compat pinentry-curses pinentry-qt poster postfix procmail psutils
  sane-utils
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  enscript gnupg-agent gpgsm kaddressbook kcontrol kdebase-data
  kdepim-kio-plugins kdepim-kresources kdeprint kfind kghostview kicker
  kipi-plugins kmail konqueror konqueror-nsplugins kooka korganizer
  libkcal2b libkdepim1a libkleopatra1 libkmime2 libkpimexchange1
  libkpimidentities1 libksba8 libkscan1 libksieve0 libktnef1 libmimelib1c2a
  mpg123 ocrad oss-compat pinentry-curses pinentry-qt poster postfix
  procmail psutils sane-utils
0 packages upgraded, 39 newly installed, 8 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 34.0MB of archives. After unpacking 89.2MB will be used.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?] n

Is that right it want's to instal 90MB of programs, including Postfix (the mailserver) and Konquerer (the browser) amongst a load of others so I can just edit the data in a EXIFs tags... Surely some mistake?

V.

Sorush.Nazari (s-nazari) said : #5

In kubuntu interploid its not working. gwenview 2.1.2 and kubuntu 8.10

to6o (to6o123) said : #6

I also had installed kipi-plugins but no plugins in gwenview
kubutnu 8.10
kde 4.1.3
gwenview 2.1.3

>I also had installed kipi-plugins but no plugins in gwenview

the same for me on kubuntu 8.10

Rene Pieters (rene-pieters) said : #8

Same thing here: no kipi-plugins available in gwenview on kubuntu 8.10
Looks like something is broken.

Phaedrus (camerons-web) said : #9

Try now. It's there in universe. Check http://packages.ubuntu.com/intrepid/kipi-plugins

Phaedrus (camerons-web) said : #10

Sorry, my mistake. I was saying the package is there, which is true, though the version of gwenview in intrepid doesn't seem to know about kipi-plugins because the version of kipi-plugins in intrepid is a KDE3 version. Jaunty has a beta KDE4 version of kipi, but I haven't tried it.