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Commentary: the Linux Foundation and the future of Linux

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 213.180.179.66] on April 17, 2008 12:29 PM
GIMP does CMYK separation. You should update your knowledge from time to time.
The problem with GIMP is the more general one of professionals being unwilling to change usage behaviour they learnt from adobe products.

A problem (at least here in Switzerland) is custom software. Our customers run a lot of custom built software, that their business relies on. Sure, it's usually just some data manipulation frontend coupled with a database, but it's very hard to convince them to switch to a less feature-rich LINUX aequivalent. Sometimes, it's a solution to keep one Windows Server and let people access this app over terminal server software.

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