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  • Excellent GIMP Learning Resource Collection

    Bill Malchisky  November 21 2011 05:30:00 AM
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    Linux Today featured an abstract to a full article in the Ostatic blog covering some updated resources on GIMP -- the highly advanced and capable open source  image editing tool. It's free and it's fantastic. But, with all of the included features, the learning curve can be quite daunting for many. The open source community responded with some pretty impressive documentation, which is getting better with each release.

    The original resource comes from the source itself, GIMP
    GIMP Documentation site and contains tutorials, translated guides, and a FAQ

    Additional Sources
    The one-page Ostatic article contains the links to some good information.

    Don't Have GIMP?
    Nice and easy... Linux will pull the file and install automatically with one command -- faster than surfing the web. Just open a terminal window, copy/paste the command and you are all set.

    Ubuntu or Debian:  apt-get install gimp
    OpenSUSE: yast -i gimp or zypper in gimp   --> depending on the distribution version.
    Fedora: yum install gimp

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