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    ahh looks like I can run Photoshop under Ubuntu.

    HOW-TO: Adobe Photoshop CS2 on Ubuntu - 8 steps!

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    Woo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    Had a good go at the NVidia driver last night but it seems I will just have to wait for the new version according to the release notes. Also in some cases you have to specifically define your GFX cards BusID if you have more than one in the xorg.conf.
    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.

    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirbendy View Post
    Shame about Lightscribe not being available,
    LightScribe - Downloads - Linux

    RPM's and DEB's are available.

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    ooh..cheers, I'll give that a go. I've got an XP VM I've been using for it..heh..

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    Thanks for that! Installed it with the "force achitecture" mode, and I have lightscribe again..
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