[Scribus] Re: Can't get colour management working (was: URGENT)
Thu Apr 21 05:52:04 CEST 2005
I first dowloaded scribus and installed it by compiling from source.
then I downloaded the lcms sources and compiled them from sources to.
After I didn't see the color management option in scirbus, I
downloaded the lcms rpm from
as I am running Fedora Core 3.
Now if I download the lcms development package rpm from
do I need to uninstall and recompile scribus again? will it work
then? In my area the Internet speed is very slow (scribus took one
full night to download) and can I do without 1.2.2cvs? If there are
snapshot tarballs, however, I am going to do it this too, anyway.
BTW, I have an asterisk in my about dialog box. Buddy, thank you for
the help to let me know that I don't have scribus-support-4-cms
I would appreciate your further help and comments.
Thanks and best regards
On 4/21/05, Craig Ringer <craig at postnewspapers.com.au> wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-04-21 at 08:08 +0500, Asif Lodhi wrote:
> > I didn't, however, install the development package for cms as
> > mentioned in your provided link and neither did remove config.cache
> > and recompile. Is it necessary? Any pointers?
> If you didn't install the development headers for LittleCMS, Scribus
> won't have been able to compile its colour management support. You will
> need to re-run `./configure', `make', and `make install' after
> installing the lcms development headers.
> If you use current 1.2.2cvs, you will find the feedback on why colour
> management can not be used has been significantly improved. It might be
> a good idea to try out 1.2.2cvs for that reason, and there are lots of
> bug-fixes too. Snapshot tarballs are provided on www.scribus.net. I'm
> not sure the snapshot has been updated to include the colour management
> feedback changes yet, as they were only included very recently. Peter?
> Craig Ringer
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