I started this tutorial in response to a question asked on one of my other videos. Someone wanted to know what I would suggest as a PDF editor in Linux. I had every intention of showing PDFedit version 0.4.5, which is a little old now, having been released in May of 2010. However, I ended up finding totaly different application which was a bit of a surprise to me and the application did a great job editing a PDF. Better yet it’s probably on your system right now, if not, it is definitely in your repositories.
As it says on their site…
gLabels is a program for creating labels and business cards for the GNOME desktop environment. It is designed to work with various laser/ink-jet peel-off label and business card sheets that you’ll find at most office supply stores. gLabels is free software and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
This is a quick look at gLabels, I did as a forum resonse for someone looking for a good cd/dvd making program. I kind of like the idea of making a video like this. It’s a good reminder that a lot of what we own computers for, is to get things done. It’s not all about being geeky…:-).
GTKcdlabel is the fastest way to make a CD/DVD label or case insert I’ve found. This software is opensource and demonstrated here on the Vectorlinux platform. This is video serves as a tutorial to get a new user started or just an intro to let you know what the program is capable of. I made this video first for the VL mmbd project I was working on at the time, but have since moved it into the regular repo.