"Today, Google did something which would gladden the hearts of
thousands of GNU/Linux users--well at least those who are not as
rigid in outlook about GPL any way. That is they finally released a
version of Picasa for Linux. Picasa is a first rate graphics
package rivaling even Adobe Photoshop Elements in ease of
use,functionality and above all cost. Any one who has some
experience in the graphics industry would be aware that Adobe sells
a stripped down version of Photoshop called Photoshop elements for
Windows targeted at home users. Picasa is a direct competitor of
Adobes product and a worthy one too. Google has provided the
installer in three formats which is a deb file for Debian and
Ubuntu users, an RPM file for Red Hat users and a BIN file for rest
of the Linux distributions..."
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