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Old 03-14-2009, 12:59 AM   #16
FlatL1ne
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Hi , im new to all this linux stuff, but i do image editing and heard about cinepaint and then was directed to Grafpup and ended up here.
Im running windows 7 but have had all versions of win.

anyhow, looking at the posts here, wouldnt it be easier to use Daemon tools to load up the .iso and validate it b4 you tried to burn even one copy ?
and 2ndly wouldnt it be much easier to just run it from Daemon ? you load the iso to a virtual drive, this way you could make one big iso containing all the software you need installed with Grafpup. like say i want grafpup and cinepaint so i can try cinepaint.just dl both mount both then burn an iso from both mounts "folders" and have one iso ready to mount and run?.

maybe im wrong here thats why im asking
 
  


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