[scribus] Toolbars 1.3.5 Rc1
Teodor-Toma Silvestru Muntean
teodomas at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 3 14:10:16 CEST 2009
I not understand wats problem is with ubuntu. I using Ubuntu 9.04 both Scribus 1.3.5 and 1.3.3.x is inslaled without any problem. The PC is intel core-duo with 2G-RAM, Nvidia with 128 Mg -RAM; run: compiz, cairo-dock ( I preffer this because have a feathure to open aplication GIMP -esspecialy with file what I drug'n'drop over app icon). Heavily using GIMP, Inkscape and XaraLX allmost everyday & sometime rawterapee for adjust/make/compose graphics and photos to put into my layouts.
--- On Wed, 6/3/09, Tornoci Laszlo <torlasz at net.sote.hu> wrote:
From: Tornoci Laszlo <torlasz at net.sote.hu>
Subject: Re: [scribus] Toolbars 1.3.5 Rc1
To: "Scribus User Mailing List" <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 9:13 AM
John Beardmore wrote:
> OK - for those of us who are thinking of getting away from the 4 gig RAM limit of win32, what flavour of Linux would be good for running Scribus, Gimp and Inkscape ? (And maybe at some point building Scribus.)
> Do we need to go to 64 bits to use more than 4 gig ?
> Oddly enough we've recently set up the latest 64 bit kubuntu on a quad core AMD chip.
> It's not been without its vices but it's OK for its intended role.
> I was thinking of setting up a nice linux desktop system with at least two monster screens, 1920 by 1200 or something. Are any Linuxes particularly friendly towards multiple screens ?
I am using 64 bit Fedora 10 with 2GB RAM without problems. I have to compile my own binaries of Scribus, because I use both 1.3.3.x and 1.3.5 and the distribution rpms limit your choices.
Some people reported here 64 bit systems are faster to run Scribus (can't remember the platform though).
I use two 1280x1024 screen side by side for a big virtual desktop. I like it a lot, I would never go back to have a single screen for Scribus. As far as I know, it's not so much the distribution, it's more the graphic card that you want to care about when planning your workstation. I have an nVidia card, I had problems initially, that I could only solve by using some closed source driver from the nvidia website. But it works well. The distributions pretty much use the same free video drivers, so there is not much difference. But if you end up by having to use a closed source driver, you might find it easier to select a distribution that easily lets you use closed source software.
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