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SK1 packages for Ubuntu 10.04
nelson777
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Posted on 19-05-2010 12:53
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Hello,

Anyone knows when the SK1 packages for Ubuntu 10.04 will be released ? Has anyone successfully installed SK1 in 10.04 ? is this delay in the packages normal ?

Nelson Teixeira
 
kmrs75
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Posted on 21-05-2010 00:58
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nelson777 wrote:
Hello,

Anyone knows when the SK1 packages for Ubuntu 10.04 will be released ? Has anyone successfully installed SK1 in 10.04 ? is this delay in the packages normal ?

Nelson Teixeira


we use it -- we have 10.04 and we are using the newes vertion and havent seen any problems with it
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VanDaddy
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Posted on 19-08-2010 18:05
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Hi, how did you get it to work? I installed the deb files, but now it isn't showing up in my applications list?
 
kmrs75
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Posted on 19-08-2010 19:04
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it will not show up on list - in terminal type sk1

make a short cut on desktop
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VanDaddy
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Posted on 20-08-2010 08:00
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Thank you very much for the help, but how do I create a shortcut as you suggested? Sorry but I am quite new to this whole linux thing.
 
kmrs75
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Posted on 23-08-2010 13:06
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VanDaddy wrote:
Thank you very much for the help, but how do I create a shortcut as you suggested? Sorry but I am quite new to this whole linux thing.


i am not at my linux system right now - but if you right click add shortcut or something like that then there should be a place for treminal - just put sk1 in that area
vinyl decals - banners - t-shirts - most designed in sk1 and cut in linux

We specialize is custom work for all sports teams and any special event. we also do work for business store fronts as well as auto decals

we love doing work for linux users

Linux, MS-DOS, and Windows NT also known as the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

www.hometown-graphics.com
 
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