Best Linux graphics creating software.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 6, 2009
I'm an intermediate web developer new to Linux, I love it so far but there is one key problem for me right now. On my windows desktop I use Photoshop CS3 to create all my web graphics, although most of my graphics work isn't too in-depth I'm used to the Photoshop interface and I'm reluctant to use anything else.
So this is where my problem lies, to work on Linux properly I really need a reasonable graphics package to use, and yes, I've tried GIMP, and hated it. Maybe I'm just a bit picky, but anyway I'd love for anyone to suggest or recommend some good software for me to try out!
Any suggestions or advice are much appreciated.
Linux packaging and software installation need a rethink ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 6, 2014
Guys, I know I may start a flame war here, but being a programmer/developer myself
and a daily user of desktop linux, I hope there is a constructive discussion on this topic.
I thought of starting this thread after I faced a problem with VLC media player in Xubuntu 13.10
The default version which I installed from the repositories is 2.0.8 TwoFlower.
When I tried playing videos, it gave a choppy/jerky playback.
On my previous Ubuntu 10.04 desktop, VLC GoldenEye (1.0.x -I think) used to play videos smoothly.
So I thought of downgrading to this old version of VLC, but could not find out how.
In windows you just download the older version, uninstall the new version and install the old one.
Same with MacOS.
But in linux, if you want to install older .deb, all the other dependant .debs of various libs must
exactly match the version which the old .deb requires. This will never happen if you have upgraded to
newer linux distro version. Every 'libpkg.deb' has a version - 'libpkg-2.1.5-x86.deb'
command line software install
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 16, 2005
What is the command to use when you want to download and install say mplayer or any program with dependencies?
it has been awhile since i used the command line.
Linux internet cafe software?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 29, 2007
Has anyone here tried any Linux Internet cafe management software that they could recommend? It could be free or for purchase. I don't mind paying for it if it's very good.
Anybody know of a Linux Property Management software such as yardi
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 13, 2013
In a perfect world it would be open source and free , but I am not adverse to one time fees. I would like to host in house, and for it to have an integrated maintenance aspect. Anybody have a success story to share ?
linux DJ/mixer software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 3, 2005
I'm looking for a good DJ application that I can use to mix music and create custom sounds. Does anybody have any recommendations? I have audacity, but I'm looking for something a bit more advanced.
Whats the best linux networking package/software?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 22, 2009
I've got a computer with ubuntu installed on it and have another that acts as both a web and file server on my LAN. The server is installed with ubuntu 9.04 server edition and is working fine. At the minute both computers are connected and can speak to each other through pinging but I'm currently having problems getting them networked to the point where I can access the other computers files/directories.
Can anybody please advise me on the best networking software for the job that I can install onto both computers and access one computers files from the other and vice versa while still being secure?? I should mention that I only have one monitor and currently access the server through 'remote desktop viewer' without any problems but cannot share files this way and therefore still need networking software installed.
Any suggestions or advice on this issue would be much appreciated. And also any information about the following would also be helpful: NFS, SAMBA and FTP. Wou
Help: Linux PointOfSale (POS) software ???
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 16, 2006
Looking to setup a POS system in a restaurant. Need about 2 POS systems with cash registers connecting to a backend server that does all the transaction processing & stock control.
I have found http://l-ane.net/ which looks good but this environment is foreign to me.
Systems must utilise touch screen technology. So harware tips would also be great.
I would like some advice from people who have done this before. What hardware/software etc do I need ?
This is for a restaurant/lounge that sells food & drink + I would like a integrated stock control system.
EDIT: Also needs to print receipts and possibly integrate with credit/debit card facilities.
Looking for a good Linux website for software and news
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2008
I'm looking for a good Linux website that has the latest Linux news and software releases. Also, looking for reviews on linux software and ratings. Kinda like a Cnet for Linux. Any suggestions?
linux file recovery software?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 6, 2012
While booting in Windows 7, it asked me to autofix an error with the drive. Not thinking I hit yes and it deleted a file with my class notes. I know a backup of the file exists from when I last edited it with Kubuntu. Unfortunately the backup file was auto-deleted by the software which created it. Is it possible to recover auto-deleted files on linux? or alternatively from the actual flash drive?
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