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DesktopLinux.com: Review: Photoshop Under Linux

Apr 22, 2003, 20:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Cal Erickson)

"I have been a Photoshop user for many years. In fact, I used to work at Adobe Systems, where I used it everyday to test Imagesetter RIPs. I had several versions of the software to test--just to be sure it worked. I decided to install the earliest version I had on hand first, and then upgrade to later versions incrementally.

"I installed the 5.02 version of Photoshop first. Aha! This process found that there was an option missing in 'fstab' for mounting the CD. Then it offered to fix the problem. I selected the option to allow the fix to proceed. The system then told me what it was going to attempt the repair and showed me details before it was fixed. Next, I upgraded to version 6.0 of Photoshop. Again, still no problem. I was pleasantly surprised..."

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