GIMP crashes while saving

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ssdclickofdeath
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se unió: 05/18/2013

When saving an image, GIMP crashes. The image gets saved correctly, but it is very bothersome.
I am running GIMP 2.6.12 on Trisquel 6.0.

DonaldET3 (no verificado)
DonaldET3

I have this same problem. It only crashes when saving PNG images for me. Other file-types save without crashing. Same for you?

I posted my problem in the thread "GIMP auto-close". See if you like any of the solutions.

icarolongo
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se unió: 03/26/2011

Recently I saved an PNG image with 15000px in GIMP and it doesn't crashes.
Fortunately here everything seems to work fine.

ronbravo
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se unió: 05/01/2010

I had the same problem so I uninstalled gimp and then reinstalled it through the terminal. That seems to have fixed the problem for me, perhaps it will work for you?

Platypus333
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se unió: 12/10/2010

You could try running:

% gimp -c --verbose

at the console and see if any errors are reported at crash time.

( nb. I've had solid stability with gimp through several distros and 100s of images. Currently running Trisquel 6.0)

ssdclickofdeath
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se unió: 05/18/2013

GIMP is usually very stable, so it surprised me when it first crashed on Trisquel.

ssdclickofdeath
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se unió: 05/18/2013

I ran it the way Platypus333 suggested. I imported a JPEG, desaturating it, then saving it as a PNG. It crashed while saving, but I have the terminal output.
It segfaulted at the end.

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Platypus333
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se unió: 12/10/2010

From your console output, it may be a plug-in causing problems.

Have you added any plug-ins to gimp?

What is the output of

% ls ~/.gimp-2.6/plug-ins/

You could try the following commands too. This will rename your gimp settings directory so that the next time you run gimp it will recreate the directory with all vanilla settings just like as if it was a new distro install.

% cd

% mv .gimp-2.6 .gimp-2.6_orig

% gimp -c --verbose

Then try to save a .png

to revert back to your original settings, use this line

% cd ; mv .gimp-2.6 .gimp-2.6_vanil ; mv .gimp-2.6_orig .gimp-2.6

Just to confirm, are you running gimp from the Trisquel repository? ( 2.6.12-1ubuntu1.2 )

Can you run

% dpkg -l | grep gimp

and paste the versions of installed packages.

Another option is what ronbravo suggests. As root , uninstall and then reinstall the package.

# apt-get purge gimp gimp-data gimp-help-common gimp-help-en libgimp2.0

and then

# apt-get update ; apt-get install gimp