rich at cregy.co.uk
Fri Dec 5 14:01:30 UTC 2008
2008/12/5 Fawn <sleepingfawn at wildblue.net>:
> I am not sure if I am in the right place or not. I am
> thinking of using Linux. Your site was recommended
> to me. I have some questions before I download it.
> Can I use MS compatible software with Linux?
> Can I build webpages with dreamweaver using Linux?
> I also use PSP to work with the webpages. Will this
> program work with Linux. I have to be able to
> build webpages and work with graphics before I
> can change.
> I am totally tired of MS and crashing.
> Thank you for any help you can give me with these
> questions. I am totally green/unexperienced with
Depends on what you want to achieve. Get rid of MS forever, or stay
tied to MS. When you move to a knew operating system you will need to
understand new ways of doing things.
For websites I always encourage hand-coding. Get hold of Quanta and
ditch Dreamweaver. You might be thinking hand-coding no-way. Well that
is the next step, learn. There are a huge variety of websites and
email lists that can help. css-d and web-l are two such lists.
Photoshop is a good programme but much can be accompanied by The Gimp.
However, it is really hard to attempt to switch from one camp whilst
keeping a foot in the other. Why don't you consider dual booting and
trying out the programmes and Ubuntu. It might not be for you.
Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for him.
Romans 12 v 1
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