>> Does anyone have experience using Fedora with the jpeg2000 image viewer 
>> Djatoka? http://african.lanl.gov/aDORe/projects/djatoka/

>it's not working with opera.
>what's the advantage compared to OpenLayers or GSIV?

Those don't look like they support jpeg2000 images, do they?  We're looking for something to replace our LuraTech implementation, and perfer to look to open source, was hoping someone has used Fedora to store the images and could share how they've done it.

P
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-----Original Message-----
From: arne anka [mailto:fedora-devel@ginguppin.de]
Sent: Wed 11/26/2008 12:32 PM
To: fedora-commons-users
Subject: Re: [Fedora-commons-users] jpeg2000 image viewer

> Does anyone have experience using Fedora with the jpeg2000 image viewer 
> Djatoka? http://african.lanl.gov/aDORe/projects/djatoka/

it's not working with opera.
what's the advantage compared to OpenLayers or GSIV?

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