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Webshots for Linux?

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A very interesting, free, program...that works. ;) If a "Linux newbie" like me can figure it out, anyone can. <_< Take a look here:[url="http://www.jamesbarford.co.uk/webdec.shtml"]WebDec[/url]Enjoy,

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I'm proud of you Quint ! Good job ! You're learning fast ! ;) BrunoPS 'newbie' is a word I never use, in your case it even sounds absurt, you're far beyond the point of being new ! <_<

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[quote name='Bruno' date='May 1 2003, 08:05 PM']I'm proud of you Quint ! Good job ! You're learning fast ! B)  BrunoPS 'newbie' is a word I never use, in your case it even sounds absurt, you're far beyond the point of being new !  <_<[/quote]I could only wish for the day I lose the "newbie" status. :) It was your tips thread that enabled me to work this program out. ;) Thanks, Bruno.

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[quote name='havnblast' date='May 1 2003, 10:22 PM']quint:  let us know how it goes if you do attempt this - kinda curious about it[/quote]havnblast,I have installed it successfully (thanks to Bruno's tip on "tarballs"), and the helpfile that accompanies the d/l is very straight-forward; then I went to the Webshots site and picked a few photos, d/l, follow WebDec directions, and Bingo! new desktop. Would like to post it, but do not have "on-line storage site". It works quite well - on par with the Windows version of Webshots Desktop. Try it, you'll like it. <_<

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Cool quint - glad it went well, I might have to try it, but I am thinking about going back to RH 8.0 due to a couple issues, dont know yet - gonna give it some more time first.

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Thanks for this! I used to use webshots all the time on my Windows PC and strange though it seams, It's one of the things I've missed the most! (their backgrounds are really good!).

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[quote name='chr1s' date='May 19 2003, 09:18 AM']Thanks for this!  I used to use webshots all the time on my Windows PC and strange though it seams, It's one of the things I've missed the most! (their backgrounds are really good!).[/quote]Welcome, chr1s. Just follow the directions...it's great, but also know that there are several Linux sites for amazing backgrounds. :D [url="http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=utf-8&q=backgrounds%2Blinux&btnG=Google+Search"]Linux Backgrounds[/url]

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[quote name='GolfProRM' date='May 19 2003, 11:54 AM']Quint... if you want it hosted, just email me with the pic :)  Will host no problem B)  (PM me if you need my email again). :D[/quote]Thanks, Ryan. It was you who enabled me to post the first pictures in the "Forum Test Area":[url="http://www.scotsnewsletter.com/forums/index.php?act=ST&f=1&t=719"]Here[/url]That enabled me time to find a hosting site...that was free. :) Thanks again, Ryan. :)

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