Linux User?

Discussion about software such as GSAK, OziExplorer etc, as well as all things hardware, GPSrs, laptops, PDAs, paperless caching, cables etc

Do You Use Linux?

Poll ended at 17 February 05 2:44 pm

Yes
19
63%
No
11
37%
 
Total votes: 30

aloysius
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Post by aloysius » 04 March 05 5:19 pm

hehe use grass for mapping...and be wonderfully happily lost :P

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Post by aloysius » 04 March 05 5:48 pm

http://geo.rkkda.com/

hey just found this while looking around for a totally unrelated page...havent been able to try any out yet.

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Post by Damo. » 09 March 05 7:39 pm

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Post by Pesky! » 09 March 05 7:52 pm

im trying out Linux, but im not sure if i have chosen the best Distro ( jargon)

im using SuSe9.2, its a KDE, at the moment but is fedora, or unbuto any better. am i asking too many questions.
( biggest question willLinux help me type any better! :) )

opinions please

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Post by aloysius » 16 March 05 2:47 pm

http://ebusiness.gbdirect.co.uk/downloads/

Here is another linux mapping tool i found while looking at some totally unrelated php manuals. Its php based and works as a moving map....not tried it yet....

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