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Capturing Screenshot of terminal application via shell script?

Problem Run iftop for 5 seconds, capture the screenshot and save it to a file. iftop is a beautiful program for visualizing network traffic, but it doesn't have a batch mode where I can run it for ...
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Are there any multiformat image viewers, which are similar to feh and can show SVG files?

At the moment I'm working with a lot of SVG files and I don't have a good tool to inspect this files. Normally I use feh to take a look at an image, but feh can't show SVG files. Now I'm looking for ...
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Change file created date from JPEG EXIF metadata

When uploading to an ftp site, the original file create date seems to be lost, and I get the upload date instead. However, the Exif data in the file is correct. Is there a tool to batch change the ...
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Looking for simple photo organizing software for Linux

I am looking for a simple Linux software to organize photos. What exactly I want to do with this application is the following: I want to view all images in a given folder and just tag/star/mark some ...
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Native Linux program to comment pictures

I am searching for a native Linux program to comment (tag) pictures. Think of a square on someone's face with text somewhere. I don't want to change the picture (as would be the case with any vector ...
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Program for taking snap-shots of movie?

Are there any programs that would let me specify parts of a video-file (avi, mpeg, mp4, ...) and take "snap-shots" every so-and-so second/minute, and store it as a series of image-files (eg. jpeg)? ...
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Are there any good Embedded Linux image builder? [closed]

I'm looking for an image builder to create several Embedded Linux images for different ARM boards. I know the following image builder: linaro, buildroot, openEmbedded, yocto If I've missed one, ...
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Viewing large image on Linux

I need to view a large (50000x40000 px) png image on Linux. Unfortunately most tools (eog, convert etc.) either crashes or fail with note about too little memory. Is there a way to view this image (I ...
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Imagemagick used to generate PPM's in Linux, PPM's are unreadable

I need to generate PPM's as raw data sources for one program. I have a bunch of png's as Input, which I'm going to convert ppm's. When I try a tool like mogrify it generates files, but these are ...
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Is it possible to display a static image on VNC connections?

Recently, I've been getting semi-regular VNC connection attempts on my computer. It's most likely from the domain I set up a while back, but it appears to be mostly individual connection attempts, as ...
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shell command to get pixel size of an image

Is there a shell command that returns the pixel size of an image? I'm trying to produce an animated gif starting from different gifs with different sizes using convert (e.g. convert -delay 50 1.gif ...
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Detecting images containing only black pixels

I am looking for a method for detecting if an image contains only black pixels. When I say method I mean an existing command line tool. I could write up something myself but I'm sure something ...
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Search by file dimension [duplicate]

I have many photos. How to search files by its dimensions? For example, i want to search images with exact dimensions 500 x 500 pixels. Is there any utility for this task?
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How to convert multiple XCF files to PNG?

I have a folder with a lot of xcf files which I want all to be converted to png files, at best via a one-liner from bash. How can I achieve such a task?
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Command line convert webp to jpg?

I'm using ubuntu 12.04. I've installed libwebp2 & libwebp-dev So far, no example found on the net of converting webp to jpg. Some webp files can easily converted by using imagemagick with ...
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How to force lp from CUPS to print in grayscale?

I want to print an image from a command line: lp -o scaling=//100// image.jpg How can I force it to be printed in grayscale?
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No make target “uImage” with Buildroot 2013.05

After enabling Linux Kernel option and setting the Kernel binary format to uImage, I always get the following error: make[1]: * No rule to make target `uImage'. Stop. My buildroot configuration is ...
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Delete duplicate images. Need Software for computing average color of an image

I want to delete duplicates in a massive bunch of images. Well as I have dups of the same picture in a different resolution I will make the deletion myself. BUT I want to do this in linear time. So I ...
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How to rotate an image in gs

How can I rotate an image with ghostscript? I am visualizing eps to screen. I am using the command: gs image.eps
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Are there any comic book authoring programs?

Is there any software designed to assist with creating comic books? The basic features needed are pre-drawn frames around the panels and the ability to easily drag and drop characters into the scene, ...
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How to visualize directory tree structures?

I know I can use tree to show the nested content of a directory. Alas, its output is hardly beautiful as I want to include it in a documentation. So eye-candy is a requirement. So I was wondering if ...
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Icon themes, when is svg format helpful?

I found that arch provides both oxygen-icons and oxygen-icons-svg, what's the necessity of svg format? Is there something that a PNG image "can't do", maybe performance issue? Not sure about it.
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creating gif animations

I read some where it was possible to create a gif by adding frames to it in a browser. Does that mean on the server you can add frames to it by using cat? Are there other file types that are so ...
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Printing maps/cartoons/text saved as a picture/etc

What is the best way to print maps/cartoons/text saved as a picture/etc., so pictures that are not photos? The standard routines seem to blur and soften the printed picture, which is probably ...
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Looking for a picture describing Linux concept [closed]

I'm looking for a picture describing Linux and open-source concept. I remember I saw it once on the Internet. It depicts airplane which is being assembled by mascots of open-source world. They bring ...
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Find images by size: find / file / awk

I've been trying to find png image files a certain height (over 500px). I know that file will return image dimensions. Example: $ file TestImg1a.png TestImg1a.png: PNG image data, 764 x 200, ...
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How to find all images containing any text?

I got a lot of images, and I need to find, which of them contain any text in English (to delete them). Is it possible to do it automatically?
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Sort images by aspect ratio

I am trying to select a few art images to fit some new frames. I would like to be able to sort these images by proximity to a particular aspect ratio and then view them in decreasing order of ...
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Gigapixel Panorama not loading after converted with imagemagick

I made a 3GB tif panorama, but as 3GB is a too big size to open in a computer with a 3Gb RAM, i converted it to JPG convert input.tif output.jpg The result was a 15Mb(?!?) JPG, which i am unable ...
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xv-like image viewer that lets me annotate/mark images?

When I'm viewing many images w/ xv (sometimes in "visual schnauzer" mode), I sometimes want to "bookmark" or annotate a given image. I don't think xv can do this, but is there another xv-like image ...
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Displaying just an image instead of text

Is it possible to compile the linux kernel so that when it is booting up, instead of the boot up text to display and image and ONLY an image (like osx)?
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How to get CR2 (Canon raw) support for XLoadImage?

I've been looking for a light-weight image viewer to replace gThumb now that I'm not running Gnome anymore, and found XLoadImage. How can I add support for Canon's raw CR2 format? anna@anna:~ $ ...
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PNG viewer that can display text chunks metadata

Is there a PNG viewer that can display text chunk metadata? Ideally, I'd like a way to view arbitrary chunks.
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How to put a background image on GRUB?

I found some images on the internet about some GRUBs with a background image, I would like to do something like that too, but how? I have GRUB2.
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How to Extract Album Cover Image from MP3 file?

I have a bunch of MP3 files that have their album art included within the file itself. I am now looking for a way to extract them to store them separably, at best from command line. Is there a way to ...
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How to utilize extended attributes for image preview?

Is there any file browsers for Linux that cache image previews, just like Windows Explorer cache them to a file named Thumbs.db? As in the latest ext3/4 filesystems, an inode can hold extended ...
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Console ScreenSaver without X11

I'm trying to setup a very slimmed down console only Debian system to act as a simple slideshow photo display. I know that it is possible to show graphics (I guess using the framebuffer) in the ...
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How to download all images from a website (not webpage) using the terminal?

I want a command that I type a URL, for example photos.tumblr.com, and it download all photos on this site in a folder, but not only images of the site's homepage. This command need to download the ...
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Shell script filtering through jpg files attributes

I'm trying to find a way to filter through thousands of jpg files, and keep only the files with a certain attribute (such as the camera brand with which the picture was captured). How can I do so?
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Editing images with sips doesn't work without being executed directly from Terminal? [closed]

I made a cheesy application with a bash script using CocoaDialog, and within this application I need to modify the size of a photo. So, I researched a little and found the sips command; and it works ...
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all type of image files stop loading

I am working on my newly installed wine. when i tried to run a game , called "road rash" through wine, my screen resolution got change and after few seconds game stop working. Then my most of image ...
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What is the fastest way to view images from the terminal?

The terminal is very fast and convenient way to quickly access directories and files (faster than find and click on the directory). One thing that it cannot show in text-mode is "pictures". What ...
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Open source duplicate image finder for Linux?

Is there a free and open source duplicate image finder for Linux based systems? Finding exact duplicates (based on content, not file name) is sufficient for me, but the ability to find similar images ...
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Resize a very tiny xcf image without blurring or dithering it

I have some drawings I made with an Intuos tablet. All of these drawings are 25x35 or so. The color of each pixel was very carefully selected. They're kind of like 'miniatures.' I need to resize ...
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Image viewer for multiple images

Is there any image viewer (like eog) for linux which can do the following: Show 2 (3 or 4) images of a directory with maximal possible sizes on one page at the same time. When I click "next", it ...
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Can the background of the log-in screen of linux mint 11 change? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I configure the GNOME gdm login screen? How can I change the background picture of the log in screen of linux mint katya?
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Change Linux boot logo

I want to change the penguin logo that appears on boot. I looked into it and found this command: pngtopnm nelogo.png | ppmquant -fs223| pnmtoplainpnm > logo_linux_clut224.ppm But when I tried it ...
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How to generate a lot of (blank) images files?

For a test, I need to quickly create 1700 jpg-images (even blank) in a defined size 1000x706. I wonder if we could do this with a shell script or a program (like ImageMagick). I wish they called ...
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Irfanview alternative

I'm looking for some very simple image viewer with the following functionality: fast start next/previous navigation (in directory) full-screen mode reasonable format support keyboard controllable ...
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Does truecrypt leave behind temporary files

I've I have some scans of sensitive documents in image format such as jpg png etc. When I open up the folder containing them which is in a truecrypt file, will nautilus create a temporary version of ...