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The SANE Scanner Interface

David Mosberger Issue #47, March 1998 SANE makes it easy to support a wide variety of devices and of applications with a minimum amount of programming effort. SANE stands for “Scanner Access Now Easy”. It is a universal interface that enables you to acquire images from any device that produces raster images, including flatbed scanners, video and still cameras and ...

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The Quick Start Guide to the GIMP, Part Four

Michael J. Hammel Issue #46, February 1998 Our series winds up with a detailed description of the toolbox, plug-ins and keyboard acceleration.           Last month we talked about the Image Window and Layers, two very important topics when learning about the GIMP. Image Windows are where image processing work is displayed and where you pick the ...

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The Quick Start Guide to the GIMP, Part 3

Michael J. Hammel Issue #45, January 1998 This month we learn how to use the Image Window and layers in building our images with the GIMP, a Linux power tool for the graphics artist.           Patience and persistence has paid off. After two articles you sat and wondered “When do we get to the meat?” In ...

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The Quick Start Guide to the GIMP, Part 2

Michael J. Hammel Issue #44, December 1997 This second article in the series introduces us to the basic features of the GIMP, a Linux power tool for the graphics artist. Last month, in the first of this four-part series on the GIMP, we took a quick tour around the GIMP’s installation and system requirements. This month we’ll cover a few ...

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LINUX : The must 10 free and open source softwares

Have you ever wondered what are some cool Linux softwares or tools that you must try?? Well I thought that when i was new to this world i.e. what new can i try that would ease my work? So,here is a list of all the packages without which your system is incomplete. Many of you might be using many of ...

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