What programs would you like to see ported to Linux?
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Originally posted by BerndZack Is there a professional solution for music production on a linux based system? Like e.g. emagic Logic or Steinberg Cubase SX? I think this is the only software i miss. still lacking.
Originally posted by iluvatar I used such programs a lot too (Lightwave) but I found this one for linux: Realsoft3D. I like this program, although I'm not as far as I was with Lightwave yet. Looks very promising
Distribution: Ubuntu Edgy Eft/ OSX Panther dual boot on PPC Mac Mini.
Wordweb offline dictionary program
Acronis Partition Manager
Adobe Photoshop Album
TrackerV3 (Explorer replacement)
Steganos Security Suite
dBpowerAMP Music Converter
Norton Systemworks for Linux
Spybot Search and Destroy
EndItAll task manager
Unknown Device Identifier by huntersoft
Windows Update (just kidding!)
What would be great about all this is the necessary realization by those (ahem) with blinders on
that Linux is GOING to take over, and they had better get moving to catch up. Imagine Norton falling all over themselves to write a suite of programs for Linux. Hee hee!