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    Default Re: Adobe CS4 Master Suite for Linux?

    Thanks geoffro, I really appreciate your help.

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  2. #12
    themhz NNTP User

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    Hello I am a web developer.
    My main work is to create web pages.
    My tools are Html, Javascript, Asp.net, IIS, Sql server 2005 adobe photoshop, adobe fireworks.

    I am seeking an alternative solution so I can work on another OS platform like Suse or redhat or ubundu dont realy care.

    So I made a research in order to find this alternative solution so I can alter my tools.
    Html javascript stays as they are.
    Asp.net can be replaced with jsp and the terrific tool eclipse. I would rather take your advice here in what should be a nice environment for JSP.
    Php is a very nice alternative solution also.

    Sql server can be really replaced by mysql, I love mysql and I have worked with it in the past. Also I think for the web development community, mysql is the best solution even for someone working with windows. Thats my opinion always.

    So as I have solutions for alternative software I find my self trapped without knowing how to replace photoshop and fireworks.
    I need alternative solutions in these platforms.
    Could you please give me some advise?

    I dont want to install wine on my OS because i want to use linux! why should i install linux and have a whole on my disc for windows? isn't it ironical?

    I want to work entirely on a linux platform. As I think more about my addiction on windows it pisses me of.
    So if I cant work with I adobe on linux !! so what?, but is there any other software that is similar to these tools?

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    Default Re: Adobe CS4 Master Suite for Linux?

    themhz wrote:

    >
    > Hello I am a web developer.
    > My main work is to create web pages.
    > My tools are Html, Javascript, Asp.net, IIS, Sql server 2005 adobe
    > photoshop, adobe fireworks.
    >
    > I am seeking an alternative solution so I can work on another OS
    > platform like Suse or redhat or ubundu dont realy care.
    >
    > So I made a research in order to find this alternative solution so I
    > can alter my tools.
    > Html javascript stays as they are.
    > Asp.net can be replaced with jsp and the terrific tool eclipse. I would
    > rather take your advice here in what should be a nice environment for
    > JSP.
    > Php is a very nice alternative solution also.
    >
    > Sql server can be really replaced by mysql, I love mysql and I have
    > worked with it in the past. Also I think for the web development
    > community, mysql is the best solution even for someone working with
    > windows. Thats my opinion always.
    >
    > So as I have solutions for alternative software I find my self trapped
    > without knowing how to replace photoshop and fireworks.
    > I need alternative solutions in these platforms.
    > Could you please give me some advise?
    >
    > I dont want to install wine on my OS because i want to use linux! why
    > should i install linux and have a whole on my disc for windows? isn't it
    > ironical?
    >
    > I want to work entirely on a linux platform. As I think more about my
    > addiction on windows it pisses me of.
    > So if I cant work with I adobe on linux !! so what?, but is there any
    > other software that is similar to these tools?
    >
    >

    As far as I know the most mature image editing software for Linux is GIMP
    (see http://www.gimp.org/). Personally I've never had to do anything to an
    image that I wasn't able to do with it. Of course I'm not a designer.
    GIMP is available to install through Yast.

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    kev.

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    Default Re: Adobe CS4 Master Suite for Linux?

    themhz wrote:

    > I want to work entirely on a linux platform. As I think more about my
    > addiction on windows it pisses me of.
    > So if I cant work with I adobe on linux !! so what?, but is there any
    > other software that is similar to these tools?

    I am did not know what you are doing with ps but I'm draw icons, userbars,
    logos and other stuff entirely in inkscape
    some gif-animation can be made with inkscape+gimp+ gimp animation
    there some other free bitmap editors in linux like krita and maybe others,
    but personally as for me I prefer gimp
    in near future we can see great single document interfaced gimp
    http://<br /> http://farm3.static.fl...c786.jpg<br />
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    themhz NNTP User

    Default Re: Adobe CS4 Master Suite for Linux?

    I really thank you for spending time on answering my questions.
    I think gimp will be fine.

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    Default Re: Adobe CS4 Master Suite for Linux?

    I have the simplest solution for you. Get a linux version of either VMWare Workstation or VMWare Player. Create a Windows Virtual Machine, once Windows is installed in the VM (Virtual Machine) install Adobe CS4 or CS5 if you have it. I find it easier to run the VM in Unity mode so you can use all the applications as if it is part of your linux system. Message me if you need any help with this. The benefit of this also is that you can move your widows VM to any system that has one of the two programs above so you can move your Adobe Series to any system you choose. From your laptop on the go then move it to your desktop when your home. Keep it on an external drive and you don't have to worry about losing data as long as you maintain the virtual machine.

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