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August 2009

Browse Stellarium Files on SourceForge.net

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The "Stellarium-user-guide/0.10.2-1/stellarium_user_guide-0.10.2-1.pdf" file could not be found or is not available. Please select another file. SourceForge.net > Find Software > Stellarium > Browse Files Share Donate Stellarium by matthewg42, xalioth * Summary * Files * Support * Develop Stellarium renders 3D photo-realistic skies in real time with OpenGL. It displays stars, constellations, planets, nebulas and others things like ground, landscape, atmosphere, etc. Browse Files for Stellarium File/Folder Name Platform Size Date Downloads Notes/Subscribe Newest Files stellarium_user_guide-0.10.2-1.pdf 1.4 MiB Wed Mar 11 2009 00:03 41,330 Release Notes

June 2009

Ubuntu -- Details of package usb-creator in jaunty

Package: usb-creator (0.1.16) Ubuntu USB desktop image creator This is a simple utility designed to make bootable USB desktop images from Ubuntu CDs.

A GUI to write .img files to USB Keys in Launchpad

A GUI to write .img files to USB Keys A GUI tool to write .img files like produced by the ubuntu-mobile team for UME to USB Keys * Screenshots Uses Launchpad for: Bug Tracking, Code, and Translations. Languages: python, shell Maintainer: Oliver Grawert Driver: Not yet appointed Licenses: GNU GPL v2

April 2009

SourceForge.net: Ghostscript: Files

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You have selected GPL Ghostscript Please choose the file that best matches your architecture or operating system from the list of releases and files contained in this package.

Frequently Asked Questions - Installation | scribus.net

When launching, Scribus says it will launch when the x11 application has finished launching. (x11 is installed and my GimpShop app is fine). If I click OK, it whirrs away and then says sh: line 1: /sw/bin/init.sh: No such file or directory. Help! Try installing the native Aqua Scribus. * Will Scribus run on Windows 98SE or Windows ME? The current version of Scribus will not run properly on either. The memory managment and graphics code really requires Windows 2000 or newer. * Ghostscript8.53 is installed on my computer but Scribus doesn't detect it. How can I fix it? See: Scribus 1.3 Preferences There are screen shots and instructions at the very bottom of the page for Linux, MacOSX and Windows. This is also included in the help docs installed with Scribus under Scribus 1.3 Setup * Is it necessary to uninstall an older version of scribus completely before installing a newer version ? It is generally not needed. If using the Windows installer - no. On MacOSX, you can drag the old version into the trash. On Linux, if compiled from source and installed into the same directory as the old version, no. You also don't need to remove the old version if you are upgrading Scribus using your distrubution's package manager. * How do I download and install Scribus from source?

What is GhostScript? | scribus.net

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What is GhostScript? Sun, 05/04/2008 - 05:35 — malex Ghostscript is a set of applications and libraries which are used for a wide variety of tasks in Scribus. The print preview and PDF/PS/EPS importing all depend on Ghostscript, hence we always recommend using the latest available.

.:Scribus:. GPL Desktop Publishing and More

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Advanced Ghostscript and GSview Hints One of the frustrations for users of RPM-based or commercially created distributions, is the lack of availability of the latest versions of Ghostscript(GS). Because of the differences in licensing between the GPL Ghostscript and AFPL Ghostscript, GPL Ghostscript releases usually follow by about a year, the release of the most up to date AFPL GS. Because, there are certain restrictions in AFPL, most Linux distributions ship an older and heavily patched version of GPL Ghostscript. As the current GS 8.x resource configuration (where it looks for fonts and fontmaps) is new, simply dropping in the latest GS tarball and rebuilding the RPM does not quite work. Lord knows I've tried on Red Hat and I consider myself to be pretty well versed in RPM building. If you have ever seen the Red Hat or Suse rpm spec file for GS, you will know what I mean. ;) So, why do I want to go to the trouble of worrying about having the absolute latest version of GS? Not so difficult. 1. There are real substantial improvements in the ability of GS 8.5 to handle EPS and PDF files which have the kinds of advanced features Scribus and other DTP applications can create. This can in some cases directly affect the quality of EPS and PS imports into Scribus. 2. You can build it with full on compiler optimization, which speeds up print and separation previews in Scribus. Many distributions only compile it with i386 instructions. This is probably more beneficial to older workstations compared to newer ones. Image processing programs are one area where compiler optimizations do make a difference. 3. Having the latest GS, makes GSview (and Scribus) more capable and more robust at handling both EPS files and a special kind of EPS called DCS 2.0. 4. Both Scribus and GSview have the ability in their preferences settings to use alternative locations for GS and GS libraries. So, how does one get the latest GS for Scribus and GSview - without breaking your existing distribution printing setup? The secret: a parallel build of GS. Disclaimer: This works for me. It could wreck your system, catch your hair on fire and other nastiness.

The FreeImage Project

Distributions Note: The FreeImage distributions are compressed with Winzip. If you don't own WinZip, you can grab your own copy from http://www.winzip.com. Linux users can use unzip to uncompress this distribution. FreeImage Plugins JBIG reading / writing Read and write IBM JBIG files using FreeImage. Note: if you intend to use this plugin commercially you need to purchase a license for it. This is required because JBIG is a patented format. More information is available on http://www.ibm.com and http://www.jpeg.org. See also http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/jbigkit/patents.html PluginJBIG Source 3.2.0 Source distribution Source distribution includes source for FreeImage, C , C#, Delphi and VB6 wrappers, examples and the internally used libraries LibTIFF, LibJPEG, LibPNG, LibMNG, ZLib, OpenEXR and OpenJPEG. Download FreeImage 3.12.0 FreeImage DLL Binary distribution includes DLL, linkage LIB, header file, C , C#, Delphi and VB6 wrappers, and examples. Download FreeImage 3.12.0 [WIN32] FreeImage Documentation The documentation covers release 3.12.0 of the library. Download FreeImage3120.pdf

SourceForge.net: News: FreeImage 3.12.0 released

Posted By: drolon Date: 2009-04-15 15:13 Summary: FreeImage: 3.12.0 released FreeImage is an Open Source library project for developers who would like to support popular graphics image formats like PNG, BMP, JPEG, TIFF and others as needed by today's multimedia applications. FreeImage is easy to use, fast, multithreading safe, compatible with all 32-bit versions of Windows, and cross-platform (works both with Linux and Mac OS X). Thanks to it's ANSI C interface, FreeImage is usable in many languages including C, C , VB, C#, Delphi, Java and also in common scripting languages such as Perl, Python, PHP, TCL or Ruby. The library comes in two versions: a binary DLL distribution that can be linked against any WIN32 C/C compiler and a source distribution. Workspace files for Microsoft VS.Net 2003 and VS.Net 2005 are provided, as well as makefiles for Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris 9. What's new for FreeImage ? --------------------------- Release 3.12.0 is a maintenance release that brings several internal enhancements suggested by our users and also support for the PFM format. The library has been updated with the new libtiff (3.9.0), libpng (1.2.35) and OpenJPEG (1.3.0) libraries. FreeImage is also distributed with an updated C# wrapper. As usual, check the changes log for full details (especially for bug fixes) and check also the updated FreeImage documentation. Where can I find FreeImage ? ---------------------------- FreeImage can be downloaded from: http://freeimage.sourceforge.net

The FreeImage Project

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What is FreeImage? FreeImage is an Open Source library project for developers who would like to support popular graphics image formats like PNG, BMP, JPEG, TIFF and others as needed by today's multimedia applications. FreeImage is easy to use, fast, multithreading safe, compatible with all 32-bit versions of Windows, and cross-platform (works both with Linux and Mac OS X).

SourceForge.net: QPhoton: Files

You have selected the V0.2.0 release. Please choose the file that best matches your architecture or operating system from the list of files contained in this release.

SourceForge.net: QPhoton: Files

QPhoton is a multiplatform (MS Windows/Linux) open source photo viewer and photo editor with scripting capabilities and plugin interface.

SourceForge.net: QPhoton

QPhoton is a multiplatform (MS Windows/Linux) open source photo viewer and photo editor with scripting capabilities and plugin interface.

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QPhoton is a multiplatform (MS Windows/Linux) open source photo viewer and photo editor with scripting capabilities and plugin interface.

March 2009

K Desktop Environment - Educational applications and Games

Learn and Discover with the KDE Educational applications Desktop Planetarium, KStars, provides an accurate graphical simulation of the night sky, from any location on Earth, at any date and time. It can control telescopes and has many tools for the amateur or professional astronomer. This new version now shows millions of stars, can predict conjunctions and has a Sky Calendar. If you start it for the first time, a welcome wizard will show. After choosing your location, you can click the "Download Extra Data..." to select additional star and image data to install. Millions of stars are available in the packages, as well as inline thumbnail images which show images of objects right on the sky. There are several interesting educational applications of this program as well. Pushing "CTRL-F" will bring up the find dialog. Type a name of a heavenly object to find it, like the moon. You might want to turn off "Toggle opaque ground" (most right button on the toolbar) to see the object if it is below the horizon. If you now choose "Equatorial coordinates" by hitting the space bar and set the time per second in the toolbar to 1 hour, watch. The moon moves - but, seen from the equitorial, not in a horizontal line! Why is that? The reason is that the earth spins, but not entirely as you might expect: there is a tilt and a wobble to the spin of the earth, and thus the observer moves up and down... Making science visible to children in such a way is a strong tool in the classroom, and this is a truly educational application. And it is not just for children, so be sure to have a look at this application if you are interested in astronomy!

February 2008

Kallery Home

The idea of Kallery came up in my mind at the end of 2001 when I've started to redesign my homepage. I'm an amateur photographer, and have a lot of scanned photos. It is a pain to build a web gallery for them, even with a HTML editor, not talking about the generated code by such editors. So I tried some gallery generator programs, both for Linux and Windows, but none of them produced a gallery what I liked, and what I could use later on my homepage. I planned for a long time ago, that it's really the time to start learning something new, and to (permanently) change to the excellent Linux OS, and now that was the right moment for doing this. And I started to read and tried to understand the (not so difficult) API of the Qt and KDE. And here is the result, the Kallery - image gallery generator.

GIMPshop.com - A GIMP hack by Scott Moschella

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GIMPshop is a modification of the free/open source GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), intended to replicate the feel of Adobe Photoshop. Its primary purpose is to make users of Photoshop feel comfortable using GIMP.

Gimp Tutoriais

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www.gimp.com.br Fevereiro 18, 2008, 02:52:33 * Olá, Visitante. Por favor Entre ou Registe-se se ainda não for membro. Perdeu o seu e-mail de activação? Entrar com nome de utilizador, password e duração da sessão Notícias: Última versão do GiMP: 2.4 Início Ajuda Pesquisa Calendário Entrar Registe-se playstation games 3D computação gráfica CG dualcore CPU monitores desenho computadores câmeras digitais scanners tablets cursos animação memória lcd linux nvidia gforce amd pendrive mp4 mp3 dvd divx www.gimp.com.br > Gimp > Gimp Tutoriais (Moderadores: ducacm, The Nick)

Misfit Model 3D - Home

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Misfit Model 3D is an OpenGL-based 3D model editor that works with triangle-based models. It supports multi-level undo, skeletal animations, simple texturing, scripting, command-line batch processing, and a plugin system for adding new model and image filters. Complete online help is included. It is designed to be easy to use and easy to extend with plugins and scripts. Misfit Model 3D was written and tested on Linux (2.4 and 2.6 kernels) and has been compiled and tested on most major Linux distributions. It is also known to run on FreeBSD, Windows XP/2000, and Mac OS X (experimental).