[Scribus] Question about Krita and Scribus

Benjamin Huot benjaminhuot
Thu Apr 20 14:03:44 CEST 2006

I installed most of the applications that didn't come with SimplyMepis 
that I needed that way. Not every application can be installed on every 
system. I had trouble installing GTK applications, but the Qt ones 
installed fine. There is a Koffice 1.5 beta there and it worked great on 
my system, although I only tried Kword. But this is definitely a very 
safe way to install on Linux since every required library is included in 
one compressed file. It is almost as easy as installing an application 
on a Mac.

MaHan wrote:
> Hi Nate,
> assuming, you are a KDE user: there is a very easy way
> to test the latest Krita -- you may want to give
> _klik_ a go. This is a static build of Krita and all
> the needed libraries which will be installed on your
> desktop and can be easily removed with one click, so
> you don't have to care about any damagaes to your
> system (it's very similar to apple's .dmg builds). 
> To install Krita, do what is shown on the 2
> screenshots in this howto, just replace
> "scrbus-latest" with "krita"  (don't mind the
> language):
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Instalacja_Scribusa_systemem_klik
> You may also read this longer, English howto:
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Using_klik_with_Scribus
> and see this page:
> http://krita.klik.atekon.de/
> hth
> Maciej
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