The others are optional, their relevant features will be enabled if they are found during configuration.In Debian you can get these packages with the command (requires root privelege): The libgtkimageview-dev package only exists in Debian testing and unstable.--with-prefix=PREFIX - use also PREFIX as an input prefix for the build --with-dosprefix=PREFIX - PREFIX in the the prefix in dos format (needed only for ms-windows) Next, you should build UFRaw by typing the command: and some related files (man page, icon and desktop definitions).To build UFRaw yourself you can either read the detailed instructions below or just download it and get the shorter version in the README file.I'm using Debian GNU/Linux on a Pentium machine, but UFRaw can be built on different Unix flavors and many different architectures.There are UFRaw packages for several distributions: It sometimes takes time until these packages are updated.If you want the latest and greatest version of UFRaw you'll might have to build it yourself.
To use the UFRaw Gimp plug-in you need first to install Gimp 2.0 or higher. If you only plan to use UFRaw's stand-alone tool, there is no need to install Gimp, but the Gimp Tool Kit (GTK+2) is still needed.
There is no need to install DCRaw itself since its code is incorporated into UFRaw.
Let me know if your system is not supported for some reason.
The following development packages are relevant for building UFRaw: Only gtk+2.0 and liblcms are required.
For cinepaint 0.22 there is no Debian package at the moment.
Now, you can download the UFRaw tarball ufraw-0.22gz, extract the files from it and enter the configure: ====================== summary ===================== configure: build GIMP plug-in: yes configure: build Cine Paint plug-in: yes configure: EXIF support using exiv2: yes configure: JPEG support: yes configure: PNG support: yes configure: FITS support: no configure: TIFF support: yes configure: gzip compressed raw support: yes configure: bzip2 compressed raw support: yes configure: Scrolling in preview using Gtk Image View: yes configure: Lens defects correction via lensfun: no : --enable-mime - install mime files, see README for more information --enable-extras - build extra (dcraw, nikon-curve) executables --enable-dst-correction - enable DST correction for file timestamps.