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gegl: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgegl-0.4.so.0: undefined symbol: babl_process_rows




I have installed gimp 2.10 on three computers.  On two it was
successful.  On the third I get the error in the subject line whenever
I run gimp or gegl.  On the computer where I get this error, I could
also not compile the source package for gegl.  I could on of the
others and then I copied the compiled packages to the problem computer
and installed it but I made no progress to solving the problem.

I even upgraded that computer to unstable and purged and reinstalled
all the x11-related packages but I could not find out what the problem
was.

How do I determine what is causing the problem and then solve it?

I have the following packages installed:

ii  gegl
0.4.0-1                              amd64        Generic Graphics
Library Test Program
ii  gegl-dbgsym
0.4.0-1                              amd64        debug symbols for
gegl
ii  gir1.2-gegl-0.4:amd64
0.4.0-1                              amd64        GObject
introspection data for the Generic Graphics Library
ii  libgegl-0.4-0:amd64
0.4.0-1                              amd64        Generic Graphics
Library
ii  libgegl-0.4-0-dbgsym:amd64
0.4.0-1                              amd64        debug symbols for
libgegl-0.4-0
ii  libgegl-common
0.4.0-1                              all          Generic Graphics
Library - common files
ii  libgegl-dev:amd64
0.4.0-1                              amd64        Generic Graphics
Library (development files)
ii  libgegl-doc
0.4.0-1                              all          Generic Graphics
Library (documentation)

$ wajig list babl
ii  libbabl-0.1-0:amd64
0.1.46-2                            amd64        Dynamic, any to any,
pixel format conversion library
ii  libbabl-dev:amd64
0.1.46-2                            amd64        Dynamic, any to any,
pixel format conversion library (develo..

Regards
Johann


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