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I am trying to see if I can get rid of windows and run Linux on my home PC.  I have installed SUSE standard server 8 and I am looking for some applications to replace Windows applications.  I would like to find Linux replacements for the following programs.

1) Adobe Illustrator
2) Paint Shop Pro
3) Macromedia Dreamweaver

If you know of a good replacement for these applications I would appreciate it if you could direct me to where I can find our more information about them.  Thanks for any suggestions.

Greg
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I'd think those requirements could be satisfied by OpenOffice and gimp.
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yes,and also this link can be useful for you

http://linux.tucows.com/
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You can also try:
Scribus for Desktop Publishing
Blender for Graphics design. Wireframe, 3D, solid, lighting effects, etc.

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