Commit 4595bd01 authored by Michael Schumacher's avatar Michael Schumacher Committed by Michael Schumacher

replaced Linux with GNU/Linux where appropriate. See bug #529973.

2008-08-21  Michael Schumacher  <schumaml@cvs.gnome.org>

	* about/merchandise.htrw: 
	* bugs/howtos/bugzilla.htrw: 
	* docs/userfaq.htrw: 
	* downloads/install_help.htrw: 
	* features/index.htrw: 
	* links/index.htrw: 
	* macintosh/index.htrw: 
	* release-notes/gimp-2.4.htrw: 
	* screenshots/index.htrw: 
	* source/index.htrw: 
	* tutorials/Basic_Scheme2/index.htrw: 
	* tutorials/index.htrw: 
	* unix/howtos/gimp-midi.htrw: 
	* unix/howtos/tile_cache.htrw: 
	* unix/index.htrw: replaced Linux with GNU/Linux where
	appropriate. See bug #529973.

svn path=/trunk/; revision=1793
parent 13237cc2
2008-08-21 Michael Schumacher <schumaml@cvs.gnome.org>
* about/merchandise.htrw:
* bugs/howtos/bugzilla.htrw:
* docs/userfaq.htrw:
* downloads/install_help.htrw:
* features/index.htrw:
* links/index.htrw:
* macintosh/index.htrw:
* release-notes/gimp-2.4.htrw:
* screenshots/index.htrw:
* source/index.htrw:
* tutorials/Basic_Scheme2/index.htrw:
* tutorials/index.htrw:
* unix/howtos/gimp-midi.htrw:
* unix/howtos/tile_cache.htrw:
* unix/index.htrw: replaced Linux with GNU/Linux where
appropriate. See bug #529973.
2008-08-21 Bill Skaggs <weskaggs@primate.ucdavis.edu>
* release-notes/gimp-2.5.htrw: applied modified patch by
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......@@ -28,8 +28,8 @@ downloaded from other sites listed on our platform-specific pages.</p>
<p>But sometimes it is convenient to have a copy of GIMP available
on CD-ROM or other physical storage medium. Note that if you are
using Linux, it is likely that you already have some version of the
GIMP included in your Linux distribution. Some <a
using GNU/Linux, it is likely that you already have some version of the
GIMP included in your GNU/Linux distribution. Some <a
href="wgo:about-selling">vendors</a> of GIMP CDs may also include
additional material such as scripts, brushes, patterns or stock
images. The vendors listed below have made some donations to the GIMP
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<p>
Select your &quot;operating system&quot;. <a href="wgo:windows">WinGIMP</a> and
<a href="wgo:unix">GNU/Linux GIMP</a> bugs are not always identical. It would be
annoying to get a Linux GIMP developer trying to reproduce a WinGIMP-specific
annoying to get a GNU/Linux GIMP developer trying to reproduce a WinGIMP-specific
bug. Under &quot;OS Details&quot; (OS, operating system), provide specifics
about the version of your operating system. For Linux, provide the distro and
about the version of your operating system. For GNU/Linux, provide the distro and
version. It is also useful to list the desktop or window manager you are using.
Sometimes a problem is caused by an interaction between the two. It won't always
be relevant, but it is good to get into the habit of listing it anyway.
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......@@ -120,7 +120,7 @@ Manipulation Program) sired by Spencer Kimball &amp; Peter Mattis.</p>
<p>In their own words, "GIMP is our answer to the current lack of
free (or at least reasonably priced) image manipulation software for
Linux and UNIX in general."</p>
GNU/Linux and UNIX in general."</p>
<p>It is a raster editor, which means that it performs operations
directly on the pixels that make up the image, and not a vector editor.
......@@ -134,9 +134,9 @@ tastes.</p>
<h3 id="Where">Where do I get it?</h3>
<p>Most (if not all) Linux distributions will support GIMP through their
<p>Most (if not all) GNU/Linux distributions will support GIMP through their
package management systems and may even come with GIMP preinstalled. You
can follow links to <a href="/unix">Linux and UNIX</a>, <a
can follow links to <a href="/unix">GNU/Linux and UNIX</a>, <a
href="/windows/">Microsoft Windows</a> and <a href="/macintosh">Apple
Mac OS X</a> for the latest binaries. Of course, this is <a
href="http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html">free software</a> so
......@@ -252,7 +252,7 @@ Schlag:</p>
<ol type="1">
<li>run Linux with a X11 server which supports the Xinput-Section (my
<li>run GNU/Linux with a X11 server which supports the Xinput-Section (my
old S3-Board running under the XFree-Server works well, but the XSuSE-
Server for PERMEDIA2-Boards doesn't work :-(</li>
......@@ -482,7 +482,7 @@ drag or click a layer in the image. The layer will now be selected
<h3 id="ManyWindows">I hate switching between windows in GIMP. Isn't
there an easier way?</h3>
<p>Yes there is. Most Linux window managers allow you make a window
<p>Yes there is. Most GNU/Linux window managers allow you make a window
always visible. I find it useful to apply this property to the toolbox
and layers dialogue. They also allow you to focus, or even raise, a
window whenever you move the mouse over it (usually you have to click on
......@@ -633,7 +633,7 @@ them.</h3>
"Open with..." in the context menu. Select GIMP and mark "Use this
program as standard for openening this filetype". Now the filetype of
that image should be properly associated with GIMP.</p> </li> <li><p>
<strong>Linux (KDE)</strong>: Right-click on an image in konqueror,
<strong>GNU/Linux (KDE)</strong>: Right-click on an image in konqueror,
select "Open with..." -&gt; "Other" in the context menu, select GIMP and
check the box "Associate filetype with this program".</p> </li> <li><p>
For all other operating systems check the manual of the os.</p>
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200 or K-6 200 with 64 megs of RAM. On a P4 or Athlon with 256 megs
of RAM, a build can take 20-30 minutes.
In general, expect about 3-4 times as long as a Linux kernel 2.2
compile (for Linux systems of course). In other words, its a long
compile (for GNU/Linux systems of course). In other words, its a long
compile. That's what 300,000+ lines of code get you.</p>
<h2>Stable version (2.2.x)</h2>
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......@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ width="180" height="200" />
<h2>Supported Platforms</h2>
<ul>
<li>Linux (i386, PPC)</li>
<li>GNU/Linux (i386, PPC)</li>
<li>Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista)</li>
<li>Mac OS X</li>
<li>Sun OpenSolaris</li>
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......@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ has lots of GIMP tutorials; most of the texts are in German and English.
</p>
<p>
<a href="http://www.linuxartist.org">Linuxartist.org</a><br />
A resource for artist using Linux.
A resource for artist using GNU/Linux.
</p>
<p>
<a href="http://gimp-fr.org/html/index.html">Gimp-fr</a><br />
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......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ to run GIMP on your Macintosh:</p>
</li>
<li>Graphics libraries and toolkits<br />
Unlike most Linux distributions, Mac OS X does not come with the
Unlike most GNU/Linux distributions, Mac OS X does not come with the
open source libraries upon which GIMP is built. These are
typically installed along with GIMP, but can be installed
separately. If you want to compile GIMP from source, we suggest that
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ src="images/2.4-releasesplash.jpg" width="640" height="200" />
<h3>Refreshed Look</h3>
<p>A whole new default icon theme has been created for 2.4. The icons comply with the <a href="http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon_Theme_Guidelines">Tango style guidelines</a> so GIMP doesn't feel out of place on any of the supported platforms. Regardless of whether you run GIMP under Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or Linux (<a href="http://www.gnome.org/">GNOME</a>, <a href="http://www.kde.org/">KDE</a> or <a href="http://www.xfce.org/">Xfce</a>), GIMP provides a polished, consistent look.</p>
<p>A whole new default icon theme has been created for 2.4. The icons comply with the <a href="http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon_Theme_Guidelines">Tango style guidelines</a> so GIMP doesn't feel out of place on any of the supported platforms. Regardless of whether you run GIMP under Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or GNU/Linux (<a href="http://www.gnome.org/">GNOME</a>, <a href="http://www.kde.org/">KDE</a> or <a href="http://www.xfce.org/">Xfce</a>), GIMP provides a polished, consistent look.</p>
<img class="left" src="images/2.4-refreshed-look.png" alt="Refreshed Look" />
<p>Additionally the icons also have enhanced usability on dark widget themes, which is a common setting among digital artists.</p>
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<h1>Everyone Loves Screenshots!</h1>
<h2>Linux Screenshots</h2>
<h2>GNU/Linux Screenshots</h2>
<div class="screenshots">
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</div>
<h2>Windows Screenshots</h2>
<h2>Microsoft Windows Screenshots</h2>
<div class="screenshots">
<a href="windows_crop.jpg" rel="imagebox-screenshots" title="GIMP running on windows features a widget theme mimicking the native environment."><img src="windows_crop_thumb.jpg" alt="GIMP on Windows" /></a>
<a href="windows_crop.jpg" rel="imagebox-screenshots" title="GIMP running on Microsoft Windows features a widget theme mimicking the native environment."><img src="windows_crop_thumb.jpg" alt="GIMP on Microsoft Windows" /></a>
</div>
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distributed in tar files from the GIMP FTP site and its <a
href="wgo:downloads-mirrors">mirrors</a>. The same source code can be
compiled to create binaries for different platforms such as <a
href="wgo:unix">Linux</a>, <a href="wgo:windows">Windows</a>, <a
href="wgo:macintosh">MacOS X</a>, <a href="wgo:unix">Solaris</a> and
href="wgo:unix">GNU/Linux</a>, <a href="wgo:windows">Microsoft Windows</a>, <a
href="wgo:macintosh">Mac OS X</a>, <a href="wgo:unix">Solaris</a> and
many others.
</p>
<ul>
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ migration guide</a> is available.</em></p>
<h2>Intention</h2>
<p>
Unix (and by association, Linux) provides the user with an
Unix (and by association, GNU/Linux) provides the user with an
environment full of possibilities. To turn these possibilities into
reality, a Unix user must be technical in two senses of the word. Of
course, he must understand <i>technology</i>, but to really shine,
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</p>
<p>
<a href="Basic_Perl/">Basic GIMP Perl</a> Learn how to write simple perl scripts
using the gimp-perl module (linux users only).
using the gimp-perl module (GNU/Linux users only).
</p>
<p>
<a href="Perl-Debugged/">GIMP-Perl Debugged</a> Ways to debug your gimp-perl
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<h2>What?</h2>
<p>
Since version 2.2, GIMP comes with a module that allows to control
it using MIDI devices. Currently this is only supported on Linux
it using MIDI devices. Currently this is only supported on GNU/Linux
with either the OSS or the ALSA sound drivers. It might work on
other platforms as well if there is a way to access the raw MIDI
stream by opening a device.
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<p><em><strong>Quick summary</strong> for those who do not want to
read all this: if your system has good swapping behavior (like most
Linux systems) and if you have enough virtual memory (swap), then set
GNU/Linux systems) and if you have enough virtual memory (swap), then set
the tile cache size as high as possible. If not, then set it to about
80% of the available RAM on your system. If you are not satisfied
with this quick advice, then keep on reading...</em></p>
......@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ with this quick advice, then keep on reading...</em></p>
the usage. You can use applications like free or top, depends in
what OS and what environment you use. The numbers you want is the
memory left, including file cache. Modern UNIX keep a really small
area free, to be able to keep big file and buffer caches. Linux's
area free, to be able to keep big file and buffer caches. GNU/Linux's
free does the maths for you, check the column that says
&quot;free&quot;, and the line &quot;-/+ buffers/cache&quot;. Note
down also the free swap.
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......@@ -100,8 +100,8 @@ href="wgo:source">how to build GIMP from sources</a> for a list of
required source packages as well as where you can find them.</p>
<p>Note that if you compile and install GIMP from sources, you will
need the header files for the required libraries. On some Linux or
BSD distributions, these header files are usually included in a
need the header files for the required libraries. On some GNU/Linux
or BSD distributions, these header files are usually included in a
separate package using the suffix <code>-devel</code>. So for
example, you will need the packages <code>gtk</code> and
<code>gtk-devel</code> if you want to build GIMP.</p>
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