If you're running XP, the standard Gimp Windows binary should work
fine.  If Xandros, then you should be able to instal gimp via apt-get.



On 1/30/09, P AA <marmott...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello!  I am not at all computer-savvy when it comes to
> installing/downloading software.
>
> I would like to know if my ASUS EEE PC 900 20 Gb can use GIMP software to
> enhance photos. I have Photoshop on my big computer, and would at least like
> to be able to sharpen photos, adjust the lighting, and some minor
> "Photoshopping" on my ASUS.  I have written to ASUS and received some info,
> but they suggested I write directly to GIMP.
>
> Can someone please help?  What version of GIMP would I use, etc.?
>
> Thank you.
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