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How to install Photoshop CS2 in the later Slackos
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kiramm


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PostPosted: Wed 25 May 2016, 10:21    Post subject: maybe somebody has platinum or newer than cs2 gold photoshop
Subject description: maybe somebody has platinum or newer than cs2 gold photoshop version to test too?see attach thank
 

ur insider maybe too spartatnic short recepeit with help of this friendly forum
think worked out


actually UR RECEPEIT FOR HOTOSHOP VERRRY GREAT
I SEEMS TO RUN ALSO ON X SLACKO 4 !

gettig very happy!!

will test more


can u please explain for silly like me how to

produce button on sreen ? or in down raw of screen?
for this ur in termial working script??



#!/bin/sh
#
#Photoshop start script
#
wine "/root/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS2/Photoshop.exe"


THANK U FOR THIS GREAT PUPPY ENRICHMENT!

is there any cntr printscreen buttons short cut in linux puppy like windows?? or for take ashot pet?


maybe somebody has platinum or newer than cs2 gold photoshop version to test too?see attach

thank u very much for ur comunication!
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PostPosted: Wed 01 Jun 2016, 00:38    Post subject: Re: maybe somebody has platinum or newer than cs2 gold photoshop  

kiramm wrote:

is there any cntr printscreen buttons short cut in linux puppy like windows?? or for take ashot pet?

For taking screenshots, I use scrot.
http://version2013.yolasite.com/page1.php#scrot
http://version2013.yolasite.com/page8.php#scrot
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kiramm


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PostPosted: Sun 05 Jun 2016, 11:43    Post subject:  

thank u i installed x slacko 2... but nothing happend..


BUT more important

i observed the stamp seems not to work in photoshop in x slacko 4 or in urs x slacko 2...

havve u observed the same ????
naturaly i used alt-click but no effect...

to lounch photohop i use see attach:))


thank u for ur message missed u already!Smile





ps
here almost all docu of last succesfull Smile of my 100+1 succesless wine trys installing photoshop (+ some trash rest there sure too) if some body

..." very poor troll " +" fat-finger"-s
...in future needs;))

http://imgur.com/a/LtAw6



not perfect but
hopfully so also for

" very poor troll " +" fat-finger"-s

better to understand;))


THANK !!!!TO EVERYBODY !!!!WHO HELPED wrote something AND HAD PATIeNCE (with my "give us these horrible cryptic images from which nothing useful can possibly be derived. " Smile)))

WITH me "fat-finger + very poor troll +give us these horrible cryptic images from which nothing useful can possibly be derived." Smile))


ooooOOOOmMMMMM peace and love for puppy !Smile Aaaaamennnnnnn Smile
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PostPosted: Sun 05 Jun 2016, 22:42    Post subject:  

tried in not used x slacko 2....

install photoshop cs2

with newest wine 1.9.....see docu

to see if stamp here works with newest

seems not:((

and if copy paste to photoshop works with out tricks like :
the first make selction
then copy then out

out copy

come back and then u past




for new copy agaion selcetion then oout ...

same bad tricky

but SEEMS TO WORK PH:)))

docku:


http://imgur.com/a/cQ1vC

good morning again;)
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PostPosted: Sun 05 Feb 2017, 11:21    Post subject:  

Update:- Thanks to one of our forum members, kiramm, we now have a working download link for Adobe's elderly (but still very capable) Photoshop CS2.

You will, however, need to create a free Adobe account first. Just go to

www.adobe.com

...click on 'Sign in', top right-hand corner, and create an a/c. Once you've confirmed the a/c is up-and-running via the email link, you can then go to here:-

http://www.adobe.com/downloads/other-downloads.html

Locate the line for 'Creative Suite' (top left of page), and click on the link for 'CS2'. You'll then be presented with a request to sign in; do so. (Forget CS3-6; these don't have a serial number available.....and Adobe no longer sell them in any case. The only reason it's possible to obtain CS2 without purchase is because the activation servers were turned off long ago.....although I'm quite surprised Adobe still have it on their download servers.)

You'll then (eventually) reach the Downloads page. Scroll down to the 'Downloads' section, and click on your preferred language.

Then, scroll down to where you have the entry for 'Photoshop CS2', near the bottom of this section. You'll want the 'Windows' version, not the Mac one. Before clicking on the 'PhSp_CS2_English.exe' (or whatever it happens to be in your language), make a note of the serial no, immediately to the right. You will need this during the set-up process.

Be warned; this is a sizeable download.....around 350MB.

The rest is down to you.

Enjoy!


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PostPosted: Sun 05 Feb 2017, 17:16    Post subject:  

Very nice. Thanks Kiramm and Mike
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PostPosted: Sun 05 Feb 2017, 20:44    Post subject:  

You're very welcome.

Do bear in mind, if you decide to try this out, that the install instructions in post #1 do need to be followed to the letter. It has to be that version of WINE, since that's the only one I've tried this out in.....though for me, at least, it works perfectly.

Also, the Winetricks GUI is a much simpler way to install the 'extras' that Photoshop requires.....so you'll need the extra bits for that to run.

This download comes straight from Adobe's servers; I didn't want to 'share' my own, old, 'paid-for' copy (even though I would have been happy to do so), because the DMCA would have been down on me like a ton of bricks. And John Murga would've copped an earful, too, since he hosts this forum.....and I didn't want that.

As long as you follow the install instructions carefully, you should be fine.

Enjoy! Any problems, drop me a line, and we'll try and get you sorted out.


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PostPosted: Sat 11 Feb 2017, 13:48    Post subject:  

clone stamp seems to work under follwing conditions:

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=943011#943011
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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2018, 10:08    Post subject:  

I was able to get Photoshop 7 Elements to run on Bionic 32 bit running a kernel 4.16.9 using wine-portable-3.3_v2.1

Photoshop downloaded using the links listed in the post
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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2018, 10:53    Post subject:  

Hiya, rockedge.

Hey, thanks for that. I'm running the same version of WINE in UpupBB myself, although the original kernel that came with it. I might give this a try; CS2 is a good, steady version, but it is pretty long in the tooth nowadays.

Is the k4.16.9 your own compile? Care to share.....pretty please? (*bats eyelashes*) Laughing


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2018, 12:45    Post subject:  

Hello Mike! sure ...here it is...somewhere I have the sources if needed...but for now -> http://rockedge.org/kernels/data/kernel/generic/huge-4.16.9-upupbb.tar.bz2

or for more -> http://rockedge.org/kernels
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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2018, 14:20    Post subject:  

Hiya, rockedge.

Thanks for the main link, too; my, you have been a busy boy, haven't ya?

I'll see how I get on with it, and let you know what happens. Just out of curiosity, do you put together the devx stuff, too..? Shocked Laughing

Cheers, anyway.


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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2018, 15:26    Post subject:  

I only make a devx for a particular version of Puppy Linux that I am producing with woof-CE..so the devx is more dependent on the operating system version. I seem to be able to swap in and out kernels from a working system without ever changing the devx.

I made the real time kernels for our musician Puppy people to experiment with.... to record audio or run software synths and sequencers for live performances using Puppy Linux as the main OS

I am lucky enough to have been given a machine that can crunch out kernel-kit built kernels and woof constructed OS's pretty fast
a Dell Optiplex 990 with 4 cores 16gigs RAM that I can run dedicated to making this stuff and testing it out.

let me know how they work for you.
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PostPosted: Thu 25 Oct 2018, 16:20    Post subject:  

rockedge wrote:
I made the real time kernels for our musician Puppy people to experiment with.... to record audio or run software synths and sequencers for live performances using Puppy Linux as the main OS.


Nice one. And I have to say, it amuses me the crap some people come out with on other forums. Like this, from the XP Forums:-

Quote:
...puppy is a minimal OS and mostly garbage for day to day use...


https://www.xpforums.com/threads/xp-will-not-connect-to-wired-network.933482/#post-3260077

That particular individual and I have 'crossed swords' a number of times on that forum. I only frequent it to try and persuade some of 'em that there are easy-to-use Linux alternatives to keeping creaky old XP going!

Some folks' ignorance is astonishing.... My response:-

Quote:
Well said! Spoken by somebody who hasn't got a clue what they're running on about.....

Puppy does everything that I need it to.....without the hassle of an ancient, out-dated and archaic OS that now needs tons of work just to stay usable. Don't get me wrong; I used XP for the entirety of its supported life (2001-2014), and quite enjoyed it.....till I learnt better.

At some point, you have to call it a day. I agree, it's still fine as a 'standalone workstation' kind of thing.....so long as you accept that its days of being viable online are all but gone.

I've always relished a challenge; when EOL came in 2014 I decided M$ had had enough of my money over the years.....so I wiped Windows out of my life, and dived head-first into Linux. And haven't looked back since.


And the come-back:-

Quote:
Actually I do know what I'm talking about. I come from a SunOS background, but forgive me if I don't want to debate with a rocket scientist who believes a 1 man OS is comparable to a multi billion dollar OS with a billion users at its peak. I'm sorry you found it unstable, I think that further confirms you might be the one who doesn't know much.


Amusing, or what? Laughing

rockedge wrote:
...let me know how they work for you.


Will do.


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PostPosted: Fri 26 Oct 2018, 13:54    Post subject:  

Hello Mike....
to show an example...every aspect of this little film I made fooling around, was done with Puppy Linux Xenial 7.5 using LMMS, Audacity, Openshot, DosBox running FRACTINIT, Wine running PhotoFiltre Studio X and Simple Screen Recorder. All in OS that loads at boot in 275 megs of RAM......

https://youtu.be/LdhIIhdbIvk
also totally made this other example film and music with the same system using LMMS, Openshot, DosBox running FRACTINIT, Wine running PhotoFiltre Studio X, Simple Screen Recorder and Audacity, add using VLC to get the oscilloscope...

https://youtu.be/A2hp118N8H8
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