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Gimp/X11 crashes iMac with OS 10.5.8


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I installed Gimp & had X11 already installed (but never used). As soon as I clicked to start Gimp the whole screen showed a black & white pattern. The Gimp logo appeared then the whole screen was just this strange pattern. I couldn't get rid of it & had to switch the machine off & restart.
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