community/mtpaint 3.50.05-1 Paint program for creating icons and pixel art [[email protected]:~]$ (10-05 21:52)
You mean go back to Windows?The other approach is that if your OS does not have what you want, then you might consider going to an OS where you can get it.
LOL It's too varied per application for me to be able to think of a way to write said article.I'm surprised @KGIII hasn't dome an article about this yet :^)
No i meant if you play with one Linux iso and it doesn't quite suite you , then you look at other linux distro. I was probably thinking from my perspective - I was using slackware 14.2 it suited my purposes for quite some time but php was lagging behind; i switched to slackware current, that mostly satisfied but i decided to move to Arch.You mean go back to Windows?
So the answer is no to going to those websites and start downloading.
That's a limitation with Linux.
i bit of leg pulling on my part may have been involved !LOL It's too varied per application for me to be able to think of a way to write said article.
I could probably do one just for configure/make/make install - but so many applications want different compiling methods.
Side note: I'm officially applying to join the Lubuntu team. I'm working on my application tonight.
If my understanding is correct, the application is just a mandatory formality. They've been asking me to apply for six or so months, but I wanted to wait until I'd been doing it for a full year. I wanted to know if it was something I was going to stick with, or if it was just me being zealous and eventually getting bored with it.Good Luck- We are cheering for you