jotrago wrote:There is also a site dedicated to this topic. CHeck out
ebaut wrote:good topic, but some programs like Abletone, 3D Max, Photoshop, etc. have no similar analogs in linux =(
I wish soon it become wrong
MagnusB wrote:Still, sadly, technical software are still way behind in open source. Both AutoCAD and MATLAB breaks all competition, for 3D CAD Pro Engineer is the king. Hopefully we will see some improvements in the open source in the near future...
sammy66 wrote:I am a Linux/Mint newbie but so far love it. What I really miss so far is an application like "Where Is It" or "Advanced Disk Catalog" in Windows world. I am not talking about something like CD/DVD catalogin software. I have 4 internal hdd's with files/appz/images I want to search for at anytime. How to do it in Linux ? Anyone with solution ? Gnome Catalog doesn't seem to work the way I want
find ~ -size +100k -name "*Search*.jpg" -print
find / -type f -iname "*search*.jpg" -print 2> /dev/null
The thread where you posted is titled "Top 50 Proprietary apps and their Open Source Alternatives" and not "Pinta complaints."Camillus wrote:I would use Pinta as the replacement of MS Paint, but the version in the sw manager is outdated and buggy. PPA of the Pinta don't do the job for me btw.
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