On Sat, 14 Jul 2012 11:59:22 +0200
gerard82 <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
> >> This is no way to build an application! Applications and OSes should
> >> never be tied so closely together.
> >> I like GiMP 2.8 for Windows a lot and would prefer to run it under CentOS
> >> as that is my main desktop OS. I have given up on Fedora because of the
> >> unholy abomination GNOME has become.
> >> What is a CentOS user to do? We want a stable and consistent OS and user
> >> experience without having to reload/update everything after less than a
> >> year, and if I want to run a current version of Libre Office, there is no
> >> trouble. I can do that. If I want a current version of Firefox, I can do
> >> that. But GiMP? Nope!
> >> Why would developers choose to shut us out like this?
> I checked Distrowatch for Centos:Ridiculous,Their Gimp is at 2.6.9 while the
> in the 2,6 series is 2,6.12.
> I've been using Gentoo since december 2003 after trying a lot of distro's.
> Go to their website and check out the Handbook.
> It has a steep learning curve but the reward is commensurate.
> You'll be able to install and compile anything you may want.
There are many distributions one can recommend instead of CentOS (and I have
my own preference that is not Gentoo) and I'm sure a lot of them have many
merits, but the question was asked regarding CentOS and we should stick to
providing advice for it. See:
P.S: Gentoo is for wimps. Real men use Linux From Scratch! And real programmers
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