Any good linux podcasts?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 11, 2009
I was looking at the list here...Quite a few defunct shows--not very encouraging...I tried Georgia Loco's Ubuntu Podcast, but it's totally lame, IMO. Are there any decent ones (end-user, not developer-oriented)? what do you listen to?
Scribus is dead any other DTP programs on linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 14, 2011
It seems that Scribus is well and truly dead.
The website is down, wiki doesn't work. There are a number of problems with the software, and from a search of the web, no-one has been using it since 2006.
My CV is in scribus, but the software can't produce PDFs for view on screen. It gears them for print, and as a result, I's and L's don't show properly, even with commercial fonts such as Myraid Pro.
So what other programs should be I looking at for DTP on Linux?
Any good and functional GBA emulator for Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 12, 2006
I've been trying to use numerous GBA emulators, but none work as well as VBA on Windows. The problems are:
GVBA does not seem to recognize my gamepadGnomeboyadvanced and VBA Express game windows cannot be expanded, so the window is super-smallMednafen or whatever it's called does not want to install -- some depency error I can't seem to fix
Any good linux music games that use actual guitars?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 29, 2011
A friend of mine told me about a game he was playing where you plug your electric guitar directly into the console and play the music on the guitar itself (I think it uses the sound made by the guitar to determine if the user is playing the song correctly). Are there any similar games available for Linux? (besides fretsonfire)
any good games that arr 100% linux compatable?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 7, 2010
Getting tired of just staring at my web browser...
Any books good for a Linux/Ubuntu beginner?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 6, 2011
Bootloader: I don't know which specific board is best suited for this thread, so I throw it in the water cooler now. Mods please move as you see fit, thanks.
Now we're past the bootloader. As of right now there isn't anything major (as in, wrong) with my Maverick, so in other words, I suddenly don't know what to do with it.
So I thought, why not grab a manual or somethin' and read deeper?
I've seen Windows 7 for Dummies around, so tomorrow I'll go out and look for Linux for Dummies... but is that book abundantly helpful for a newbie who wants to do something useful with his system?
Or are there any really helpful stuff? I'd prefer on paper, since PDF on a glowing screen isn't really comfortable (which is why I didn't read into the Lucid manual).
Thank you very much. As a user of Linux/Ubuntu I'd really like to be of some help to the community.
Fonts, is there any good ubuntu or other linux fonts ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2012
I would like to use 1001freefonts.com but it looks like they are only for windows and mac, is this because if they say free fonts are for linux, maybe then linux users would just share them on web, or is it ok to use windows fonts on ubuntu, if i buy windows fonts do i break the license ?
I have plan to use commercical and non-commercical way the fonts i buy.
I also like that 10000 fonts what is linked from 1001freefonts.com.
How i must understand windows fonts that i can buy ?
Any GOOD GUI Ftp Client for Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 10, 2008
gFtp, use GTK, not cute and not comfortable use
filezilla, also GTK, GUI,queue and so on also not comfortable use
kftpgrabber, sometimes crash , often stalled in connect or transfer
kuftp,looks like flashfxp,not stabe
lftp ,yeah,very powerful but not GUI...
Is there and GOOD Ftp Client for linux,especially for KDE?
Powerful and comfortable use as FlashFxp in Windows?
Any good NES emulator for linux??
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 1, 2012
Hello. I have tried forever now to find a good or decent Nintendo emulator. A lot of good emulators work fine under wine, but they aren't linux emulators.
I've tried FCEUX and gfce. They are the only okay nes emulators that I've found. They both freeze and crash a lot for some reason.
I also found a few terminal based emulators, but I don't understand those type of things, nor do I want to.
I want my software to have an actual window, so I can see what I'm doing.
any good programs for 2d and 3d design?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 12, 2008
hi guys i am a brand new user on kubuntu, and this is my first post on the forums i tried ubuntu on my mac before and liked it but had to go back to windows(had to boot windoze on a mac i already feel dirty please understand i had good reasons) for auto cad(wont work on a mac). since then i have been scouring for a good CAD package on linux. im a CAD techie by trade and use Auto CAD. but i havent seen any program on linux to come close, let alone match it. this is not intended to be an insult before any one takes out their guns ok, if i have missed one then please tell me . a friend of mine is a dedicated kubuntu user and has informed me that the design packages are on the books for a rehaul is there any truth to this does any one know? i have heard tell of Qcad but it looks very simple am looking more for some thing like Auto CAD if you know what i mean.
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