Linux Mint Install the Latest Version Tricia
Linux Mint is a great operating system, but with the latest version (19.3 “Tricia“), this shocking news GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) has been remove!
Of all the great software available for Linux operating systems, GIMP is one of the best. This is an important image editing tool that rivals “Adobe Photoshop“.
So why does Linux Mint remove it as a pre-installed program? Answer the developers think that the software is too sophisticated for all newer Linux users.
A little crap, I can understand why Mint developers want to serve beginners. Fortunately, it is very easy to install GIMP on the new Linux Mint version 19.3 installation.
There are two ways to do it
- Use Software Manager or Terminal. For many Linux users, the easiest way to continue installing GIMP works is with the first, because it uses a graphical interface. To do this, please open the application menu by clicking on the “LM” button on the lower left of your screen.
- Next, please click the Software Manager icon; it looks like a green circle with 9 points in the middle. You can see it highlighted in mint green below, directly below the Firefox icon.
In the search box, you can simply type “GIMP” (without quot), click on the GIMP program, and then please, click “Install“.
Congratulations! You now gave GIMP installing.
You can find it by opened the application menu and going to “Graphics” It is listed as “GNU Image Manipulation Program“.
Congratulations! You now gave GIMP installed. You can find it by opening the application menu and going to “Graphics.” It is listed as “GNU Image Manipulation Program“.
Or, you can also use Terminal to work and install GIMP.
Although use the command line can be scary for Linux users, it’s actually really easy to do. In fact, after you feel comfortable using Terminal, you might find it easier and more comfortable than Software Manager.
Simply type in the following command.
sudo apt-get update [Press Enter]
sudo apt-get install gimp [Press Enter]
Y [Press Enter]
GIMP is now installed successfully via Terminal.
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