FreeBSD: Install GIMP Image Retouching And Editing Application

How do I install gimp under FreeBSD operating systems?

The GIMP is designed to provide an intuitive graphical interface to a variety of image editing operations. It can be easily installed using the following method. Login as root and type the following command to update ports tree:
# portsanp fetch update
Install gimp, enter:
# cd /usr/ports/graphics/gimp
# make install clena

It will take some time to download, compile and install the gimp. Alternatively, you can install the binary package, run:
# pkg_add -r gimp
Sample outputs:

Fetching Done.
Fetching Done.
Fetching Done.
Fetching Done.

How do I start gimp?

Click on the –
Application > Graphics > Gimp
OR type the following command:
$ gimp
Sample outputs:

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  • alok Apr 26, 2015 @ 18:11

    typo error in “# portsanp fetch update”. It is #portsnap fetch update

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