If I learn GIMP, is it the exact same as Photoshop?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 24, 2009
Alright I will be taking a basics to HTML course here in the fall and need to learn photoshop.
But I dont have the $600 it costs to drop on it right now.
So clearly GIMP is a nice alternative.
If I learn all of the tools/names in GIMP, are they exactly the same for all of the features in Photoshop?
I figure I can use/practice on GIMP if thats the case and be ready to rock Photoshop in the fall.
Also, I'm VERY interested in doing HDR. One of the most highly suggested plugins for PS is the Photomatix Pro for HDR.
Can I use that plugin for GIMP?
Kubuntu same as Ubuntu plus KDE?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 23, 2009
If I install Ubuntu, and then install KDE to it, is the result the same as if I had installed Kubuntu in the first place? Or is there a difference between an Ubuntu install with KDE and a Kubuntu install? And is one better or more efficient than the other?
I have the same question about Linux Mint and Linux Mint KDE.
I haven't actually started using any of these yet, or even downloaded them, but I will soon.
Thanks to anyone who can clear this up for me.
is .bashprofile the same as .bashrc in ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 6, 2009
I am trying to add export PATH=$PATH:directory to my .bash_profile. I am not able to find .bash_profile. Is it the .bashrc? If not do I need to create the .bash_profile and if so where?
How to make my account same as root privileged?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 7, 2011
How to make my account same as root privileged?
Im using mandriva 2010.0. GNOME Desktop.
How to create folder name same as text file
location: linux.com - date: June 23, 2010
1. I need guide on how to create a folder name from the text file with .txt format.
2. First, I call the function of reading the directory.
3. Then, I dont know how to do.
4. Finally, I close the directory
This is my source code in perl
## read text.txt file ##
open F, "from/$directory/text.txt";
read F, $buf, 9999;
This source code is used to print the folder with date format like "ddmm" d stands for day and m stands for month
if ($command =~ s/-O "(.*)"/-O "$websites\/$month\/$file"/)
Instead, I want to have the name from text.txt to be folder name
Boot messages not the same as "dmesg" or "/var/log/messages"?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 4, 2004
Being in the process of building a Debian-sid system, I curently finished installing the 2.6 kernel.
However, I need to make sure that it "sits" properly before continuing with the rest of the instalation (X-windows, KDE, etc)
The problem is that inspection of "dmesg" or "/var/log/messages" shows that all is alright.
However, when the system boots and the boot text flies-by I get a glimpse of some errors (some of them even "fatal errors" ?) but they are not registered in /var/log/messages .
Why is this happening? How can I record all the boot-output verbatim to the /var/log ?
Linux Mint: Installing deb package with app name same as other software
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 4, 2013
I'm trying to install nemo file manager (not the Mint product) - it is a document handling app that uses a calendar like system to manager your documents and files. But the name conflicts with Mint's Nemo File Browser. So how do I install it?
It's listed on the top 100 open source gems for linux at linux website. that's where I found it.
Is a USBtty (USB serial port) treated the same as tty (normal serial port) in C?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 12, 2010
I'm currently looking to have a C program communicate with an Arduino board. The Arduino board shows up as "USBtty0" (or any other USBtty in general). I have been trying to figure out how to communicate with this, but all the C programming stuff I've found so far only talks about standard serial ports (tty). Can I treat a USB serial port (USBtty) like a normal serial port (tty) in my C program?
files via fdisk l not same as via System Monitor File Systems
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2008
I have 8.04.1 somewhat functional on an Asus eee 901 and am trying to understand how installation-partitions correspond with partitions reported by fdisk -l and with partitions reported by system monitor file systems. The latter shows only sda1, sdb1, and sdc1 -- whereas fdisk -l reports sda1,2,3,4 and sdb1,2,5, and sdc1. File Browser shows even less information, so I'm wondering why my system monitor file systems is showing only some of partitions. Here's the fdisk -l:
/dev/sda1 * 1 400 3212968+ 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 401 488 706860 83 Linux
/dev/sda3 489 489 8032+ 83 Linux
/dev/sda4 490 490 8032+ 83 Linux
Disk /dev/sdb: 16.1 GB, 16139354112 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 1962 cylinders
Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Disk identifier: 0xf26d47c4
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
understand that mac address is the same as bssid, but config. wireless asks for both?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2010
when i try to configure my wireless on my laptop, it asks for a mac address, and a bssid. should i put in the same numbers? it also ask,s for a clone mac address, i dont know what that is. could someone let me know? thank you for your time.
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