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"My goal with this entry is to brush a big picture of where Linux stands as far as photography is concerned. What are the achievements, where improvement are needed and being worked on and which pieces are still missing. I will survey what I consider the 3 main areas that an OS has to cover for serious photography work: color management, printing support and workflow."

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Created by Surfcat 6 years 5 days ago
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Balzac

6 years 4 days 4 hours 36 min ago

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"Linux" or GNU/Linux?

The Linux kernel without GNU packages seems pretty useless to me.

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fredsambo

6 years 7 hours 8 min 25 sec ago

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Well...

I am pretty sure you can use the Linux kernel with the BSD stuff.

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knowing-card

6 years 5 hours 39 min 41 sec ago

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Do people do that?

Do people do that? I don't remember ever hearing about it.

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aboutblank

5 years 52 weeks 4 hours 50 min ago

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It is theoretically

It is theoretically possible; after all, Linux and BSD are free which means users can hack both systems to make it work as a larger system.

However, I don't know if there is anybody actively maintaining a public BSD/Linux distribution.

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spikeb

5 years 51 weeks 6 days 7 hours ago

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debian!

they don't do linux + bsd userland, but they do the opposite - freebsd kernel, gnu userland....tis called kfreebsd

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knowing-card

5 years 51 weeks 6 days 3 hours ago

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And that still doesn't make Linux usable without GNU

And that still doesn't make Linux usable without GNU.