*nix Thread, Ubuntu 8.10 is here in Technical; ahh looks like I can run Photoshop under Ubuntu.
HOW-TO: Adobe Photoshop CS2 on Ubuntu - 8 steps!...
29th December 2008, 09:24 PM #31
ahh looks like I can run Photoshop under Ubuntu.
HOW-TO: Adobe Photoshop CS2 on Ubuntu - 8 steps!
29th December 2008, 11:01 PM #32
5th January 2009, 12:57 PM #33
Mutter, mutter..that's the only arse I had with it. I did the updates and picked the OLDEST version of it..97.xx..works nicely on my 6100.
Originally Posted by ChrisH
The other 2 just put the screen out to "unsupported" modes.
So far, 64 bit Ibex is good...everything works, everythings quick and seamless, nice looking..got XFCE if I find Gnome too slow. Even got my freeview stick working spot on. Shame about Lightscribe not being available, but I can VM Windows if I need that.
Jems just installed it on her Dell Duallie laptop - again, it just worked. Wifi apart, and that was the native driver being a pain..I just NDISwrapper'd it with the Win32 one. Spot on.
So, we're now a Linux household..2x 64bit Ubuntu 8.10, and one AA1 Netbook running Fedora/Linpus. Not missing anything yet.
5th January 2009, 01:22 PM #34
LightScribe - Downloads - Linux
Originally Posted by Sirbendy
RPM's and DEB's are available.
Thanks to Geoff from:
Sirbendy (6th January 2009)
5th January 2009, 04:04 PM #35
ooh..cheers, I'll give that a go. I've got an XP VM I've been using for it..heh..
Thanks for that! Installed it with the "force achitecture" mode, and I have lightscribe again..
Last edited by Sirbendy; 6th January 2009 at 12:34 PM.
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