[ubuntu-uk] Could Linux (and Ubuntu) do more to encourage students?
robinmenneer at gmail.com
Sat Feb 3 18:32:56 GMT 2007
Apologies, I've at last got f-spot to load (from a different google entry).
But I'm afraid that it is nowhere near as powerful as iphoto. Anyone with
other suggestions for a program that has all the facilities of iphoto but is
not as versitile or as complicated as Gimp. Robin
On 2/3/07, Robin Menneer <robinmenneer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Someone loaded it for me, it seems to be Daffy Drake. I was trying to
> download F-spot as being recommended to be the linux equivalent to iphoto
> which we use alot very satisfactorily (we have a mac mini and a pc laptop.
> I'm trying to wean myself off the mac more as Jobs gets closer to Gates in
> the software division - I don't trust them and want to keep well away from
> Windows and associates. I have checked and f-spot is not in the add/remove
> list, nor in the applications/graphics bit. Ta for help. Robin
> On 2/3/07, Eamonn Sullivan <eamonn.sullivan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 2/3/07, Robin Menneer <robinmenneer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I've had a skirmish with f-spot and cannot get the download button to
> > do
> > > other than to send me to a log-in page which won't recognise a user
> > name -
> > > which one is this ? I'm lower in the intelligence scale than your two
> > dear
> > > ladies. Help please. Robin
> > Sorry, i didn't mean to imply lower intelligence, just unfamiliarity
> > with computers. What exactly are you trying to download? You should
> > have f-spot already under Applications/Graphics, unless I missed an
> > important point on this thread somewhere. What version of Ubuntu do
> > you have?
> > -Eamonn
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> > https://wiki.kubuntu.org/UKTeam/
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