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    Question Mural size images


    I have a picture that I would like to use to cover a wall in my basement. I was hoping to do expand it up to about 40+ sheets of paper.

    To give you an idea of what I'm looking to do, there is a program called "Rasterbator" (a google search will bring you right to it) that does exactly what I'm looking to do. From what I understand, It can be used in Linux. But in order to do this, I would have to install MONO, do some compiling(maybe)? Install some patches and them some overall tweaking to get it to work correctly. Being fairly new to Linux I'm not [that] confidant in my abilities to accomplish this. If there is another easily installable program or if GIMP will do this please let me know.

    Thanks

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    After 4 days... I had hoped that somebody would have at least said "something".

    Ahhh Well...

    Thanks Anyway.

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    go for photoprint, it does it!

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    go for photoprint, it does it!
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    rasterbator etc.

    i'm not sure this works in all flavors, but works very well in ubuntu:
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