A screenshot editor needs to do a few things - but it must do these three things easily and well: 1. Draw curved and straight arrows, dotted or solid line, with various end dots and points 2. Draw open circles of various shapes to highlight areas of interest 3. Text easily without having to pre-define a bounding box for the ad-hoc text By far, the most powerful easy-to-use freeware screenshot editor is Paint.NET, which isn't on Linux. On Linux, a distant second place goes to Kolourpaint; and a far distant third place to The GIMP (based on ease of performing those three items above). I was told today that Pinta is a Linux replacement for Paint.NET features - so I am going to install it to test it out: http://www.pinta-project.com Looking for an RPM ... $ uname -a ==> Linux snafu 2.6.32-358.6.2.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Thu May 16 20:59:36 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux $ yum --noplugins --showduplicates --enablerepo \* --disablerepo c6-media, \*-source,\*debug\* provides "*/pinta" ==> nothing found http://pkgs.repoforge.org ==> pinta not found http://pkgs.org ==> finds pinta in Fedora packages 17, 18, 19, and Rawhide http://pbone.net ==> finds pinta in Fedora packages 14,15,16,17,18, and 19 Pinta source is also available here: http://pinta-project.com/pinta/download.ashx Given that information, what avenue would you pick to install Pinta on a 64-bit CentOS 6.4 laptop to test it out?