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ufraw plugin for the GIMP
kanarip
It seems that to convert Nikon Raw TIFF camera images (.nef anyone?) to anything other then that is to be done by a utility called ufraw, with help of another utility called dcraw. Luckily, both of these tools are already available in Fedora --as I expected.

Now, I do not know what these tools do or how they do what they do even though Lydia has tried to explain it to me. I think I have some sort of basic understanding but nothing more.

Lydia would like to be using the GIMP to convert her Forensic Science foo into very much different blabla once or twice or trice, all dependent on the ufraw plugin for the GIMP.

There we go, that's doable. I'll be working on that for her... During my vacation here ;-))

So, although some download she had obtained appeared to not work after upgrading her laptop from Fedora 10 to Fedora 11, it now seems that ufraw-gimp is available (and was installed), but was not working as it was supposed to be for unknown reasons. Updating solved it ;-)

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