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wget -r -nd -A jpg --accept-regex "https://alwaysSamePart.com/.*.jpg" https://whatever_domain.com -r allows to go recursively through website (you can specify -l to limit depth) -nd prevents directories creation -A limits download files to jpg images only --accept-regex limits images to needed pattern only
did you try -A or equivalent --accept options as given below ? wget "https://alwaysSamePart.com/" -A "*.jpg"
The other answers on here are great, but I wanted to create a completely automated installation script. I hope this helps someone. #!/bin/bash sudo apt-get install -y cmake yasm libjpeg-dev libsdl-image1.2-dev libsdl1.2-dev pushd /tmp wget -O libpng-1.6.21.tar.xz ...
For me eog did not work, even with the plugin activated. Solution found in http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=255652. feh --reload 0.1 picture.png for example does the job quite nice. It reloads without being the active window, which is really nice. To make it look "hacker" use -x.
In principle, perhaps. But none of the necessary work has been done. ncurses is based on POSIX termios, and framebuffers have little to do with that. PDCurses was ported to use SDL (Simple Direct Media), so it's "doable".
Essentially, you have three choices (and this is a generic answer). Wait for the patch to arrive in your existing Linux distribution. For Debian this would be at the next Stable release most likely. For Ubuntu, the patch may make its way in to the existing current release, or you may need to wait for the next major release (I'm not familiar with Ubuntu's ...
A bit more modern Ghostscript Newer Ghostscript versions come with the much improved eps2write device. gs -dSAFER -dBATCH -dNOPAUSE -sDEVICE=eps2write -sOutputFile=output.eps -c "<</Orientation 3>> setpagedevice" -f input.eps The -dSAFER option keeps thing safe, prohibiting the input Ghostscript from performing arbitrary file read/write ...
check out: geeqie (a GTK based multiformat image viewer)
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