– motivation to get up early.
http://yr.no in view, and the app Photographer’s Ephemeris mentioned.
A seized blog (last post April 11, 2008) that seems to hold some still useful information… I need to dig more!
It is here: http://photobuntu.wordpress.com/
http://www.aftershotpro.com/en/products/aftershot-pro/ – prevoius “Bibble”
http://yorba.org/ – Shotwell
http://www.kornelix.com/fotoxx.html – Fotoxx
Argyll CMS – basis for Ubuntu’s built in features, used by “gnome-color-management”
Oryanos and KCM
X-rite Colormunki – select the right version and you will calibrate all of your devices.
Datacolor’s “Spyder” tools are yet to be equally versatile, printer calibration lacks – and what is present requires Windows.
At present I’m running nvidia’s GTX 780 and a wide gamut monitor – in a multi-display setup, and found it very well working,
still “need” to install their proprietary driver to be up to date – and there seem to be small issues with color profiles not being activated properly as it starts (a few clicks required each boot, for all but the initial display). Edit: look up the xorg-edgers ppa instead, updates no longer cause trouble.
Edit 2014-07-03: These are for nvidia drivers anv virtualbox, and better make sure they’re NOT on the last line – note “DUMMY”, this is the tool to have other things stay away from the last line. Finding out this was a tad of a chore, the issue with color profiles was caused by the nvidia-persistenced group being on the last line. I noticed it started working when I added virtualbox, but as *that* ended up on the last line USB was impossible to get working… With “DUMMY” (below) I have both working.
$ tail -n 4 /etc/group vboxusers:x:127:hannu nvidia-persistenced:x:128: DUMMY:x:65535:
Any shortcomings may be covered by running e.g. Oracle Virtualbox (Virtual machine) with a suitable Windows version installed:
https://www.virtualbox.org/ – Oracle VM VirtualBox
Current version is 4.3.12 – installing it on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS:
Edit 2014-07-03: Note, 4.3.12 is required for having shared clipboard actually work!
At the $ prompt of a bash shell (Terminal) type:
cat >VirtualBox.sh if ! grep -i virtualbox /etc/apt/sources.list ;then sudo echo -e >/etc/apt/sources.list \ "\n## oracle virtualbox\n" \ "deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian trusty contrib\n" echo "Virtualbox added into apt - sources.list" else echo "Virtualbox present in apt - sources.list" fi echo "$(tput smso)--- Oracle public key for apt-secure ---$(tput rmso)" wget -q http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian/oracle_vbox.asc -O- | sudo apt-key add - echo "$(tput smso)--- apt-get update ---$(tput rmso)" sudo apt-get update echo "$(tput smso)--- apt-get install VB+dkms ---$(tput rmso)" sudo apt-get install virtualbox-4.3 && sudo apt-get install dkms
Press CTRL-D, and hit Enter
Then run it to actualy do the installation, with:
$ source VirtualBox.sh
… the first “sudo” execution will ask for your password (to switch to super-user privileges)
To start, type “virtualbox &” in the shell, or look up virtualbox with Dash app lens (Super +A) and drag the icon anywhere you wish (to have it visible next time) before you just click on it.
NOTE: This is GIMP 2.9, as always odd-numbered versions are potentially unstable.
The source of this: is here https://launchpad.net/~otto-kesselgulasch/+archive/gimp-edge
Open a terminal (CTRL-Alt+T), i.e. bash prompt, then type:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:otto-kesselgulasch/gimp-edge
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gimp
sudo apt-get install gimp-resynthesizer