On Tue, Jun 07, 2005 at 05:54:20AM -0700, Kai Ponte wrote:
> I noticed a big discrepency between the amount of images and sounds in
> the Linux and Windows versions. I use Linux and my wife Win2k. Her
> TuxPaint has many more sounds and stamp images. Is there a download area?
Hi! Tux Paint's 'stamps' are released in a separate download.
If all you have on Linux is a handful of cartoon Tux penguins, then you
simply need to install the "tuxpaint-stamps" package.
If you installed Tux Paint from source, you'll just want to grab
"tuxpaint-stamps-####.tar.gz" from the 'Source' download page:
Then open the .tar.gz archive ("tar -xzf tuxpaint-stamps-####.tar.gz" on
the command-line, for example), then go inside the directory/folder it
created ("tuxpaint-stamps-####/"), and then, as 'root' superuser, run:
"make install". Restart Tux Paint, and voila!
If you installed from a package (on Debian via 'apt', on RedHat via 'yum'
or an RPM package, etc.), just install the corresponding "tuxpaint-stamps"
FYI, I've separated the stamps from the core package because some people
want to give Tux Paint a test-drive but might NOT want to download 6-10MB.
(The main program is only 2-3MB.) Also, eventually, the Stamps collection
will be split up into smaller sub-packages, with various themes.
Let us know if you need more assistance!