Install Fuppes on Ubuntu Intrepid

Follow these instructions to install Fuppes on Ubuntu Intrepid! Fuppes – Blog-Foo

I recently revived my computer in a box so that I could create a digital media server to use with my PS3. Fuppes wouldn’t install properly until I found the above article.

The problem was that some key components for Fuppes to install were missing so I had to get the files from a hardy repository instead of intrepid.

deb http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu gutsy-security main

Unpacking fuppes (from fuppes_0+svn611-1_i386.deb) …
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of fuppes:
fuppes depends on libavcodec1d (>= 0.cvs20070307); however:
Package libavcodec1d is not installed.
fuppes depends on libavformat1d (>= 0.cvs20070307); however:
Package libavformat1d is not installed.
fuppes depends on libavutil1d (>= 0.cvs20070307); however:
Package libavutil1d is not installed.
fuppes depends on libmagick++10; however:
Package libmagick++10 is not installed.
fuppes depends on libsimage20; however:
Package libsimage20 is not installed.
fuppes depends on libswscale1d (>= 0.cvs20070307); however:
Package libswscale1d is not installed.
dpkg: error processing fuppes (–install):
dependency problems – leaving unconfigured
Errors were encountered while processing:

Seashore for Mac is a good GIMP alternative

If you like the GIMP for image editing and have a Mac OS X machine, try Seashore. It does the same basic stuff that the GIMP does but in a Cocoa interface and only about 6MB (compared to 61MB for GIMP).

Seashore works decently and I like it because you don’t have to go through the X11 thing to emulate X windows. I used Seashore until I discovered Mac Paintbrush. Paintbrush is much faster and satisfies my rudimentary needs.

Just note — if you want to save stuff and preserve your layers, be sure to save it as GIMP .xcf format. I thought it might do layers for PNG but maybe only the old Macromedia Fireworks program can do that. I loved Fireworks.

Get Seashore
Get the GIMP
Read about Paintbrush

Paintbrush for Mac - a solid MacPaint equivalent

Paintbrush for Mac is a nice graphics program just like mspaint on Windows.

Paint does this in a 2.7MB download. I’ve been dying to have a lightweight image program for my Mac (OS X Leopard). I’ve tried Seashore and GIMP but they are too heavy duty for my needs. All I want to do is take a screenshot and circle some stuff. Paint accomplishes this.

Paintbrush on Apple.com

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