BasKet. Been using it for years.
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BasKet. Been using it for years.
The kid's computer has always run an LTS. It's just easier to manage, and it just works.
Thanks! Good information!
I'm looking to get an android phone too. Just how well do they work with linux? Can you sync music or backup pictures? Even if it just shows up as a flash drive I would be happy. I have a windows...
6.06 Dapper Drake. This remains the only release I had no problems using. A true LTS release IMO. It was a bit of a bummer having to upgrade to hardy when it EOL'd in July.
Which netbook are you going to get? Watch out for the intel GMA 500 graphics chip. Takes some extra work to get it running. I'm very happy right now with 9.10 UNR.
OpenSuse is on my main work station, and I'd just install it on my notebook and netbook as well. Was using SuSE long before Ubuntu came about.
Why aren't the 10 who voted yes speaking up? I use it, and am happy with it. It's really not that different from drop box, but it's built into karmic and it's easy to sync files between my desktop,...
Love The Beatles, and can't wait for Beatles rock band to roll out. It looks amazing.
4.3 is beautiful. The past 4.x releases have not run well on my notebook, but 4.3 is fast, stable, and I'm not seeing x-org eating up my CPU. I've been using gnome for the past couple releases, but...
As was already stated, the Mac edition of CS4 will not run on Linux, you will need a windows version. I've run both CS, and CS2 with no real issues other then crashes with text layers in CS2. The...
Running the latest build, and it's really nice. So far stable, fast, and it looks great. Nice having a normal close button again.
+2. I think it's better to support a company who supports you (ie Linux desktop client). I don't ever see apple releasing a Linux port of iTunes. I wouldn't be surprised if they actively make sure it...
I use chromium just because it's a step above chrome in the release cycle so more features are present. I actually never thought about the EULA.
Chrome = 220.127.116.11
Chromium = 18.104.22.168
It looks like a wide angle lens shot to me. They can distort landscapes like that.
Photoshop didn't ruin photographs. If anything, the ability for anyone to take as many good or bad pictures as they want, and share those blurry pictures with bad light of something that happened...
Ubuntu with the ubnutustudio-graphics package installed isn't a bad start. If you're working with a lot of raw files, you may want to invest in Bibble Pro since f-spot, and digikam don't really...
For Pano's AutoStitch does a decent job. It is a windows app, but works without problems in WINE.
I had to use it when I took programing classes. It drove me nuts! I would just rather write real code. I'm a flowchart guy myself. But you have to do what your teacher wants right?
I never had any issues seeing them. Drove my friends nuts. For those of you who can see them, this one is pretty wild.
Another vote for green on black.
I have issues with hugin as well. I've found that autostitch works very well, and is easier to use IMO. It's a windows program, but it runs without issue under wine.
Guinness. Some nights Fat Tire, but mostly Guinness.
I run Ubuntu on my Mac in VirtualBox. I'm too lazy to dual boot.