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Questions tagged [fbi]

Fbi is an image viewer for the Linux console framebuffer

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Buildroot: compile fbi against kernel headers

I'm adding a generic-package to Buildroot 2019.02.1. This package (fbi) includes <asm/page.h> in the fbtools.c, but the headers are not available in output/target. Compiling the package causes ...
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How to send commands to fbi over SSH?

I'm using fbi to display some images. fbi has some keyboard controls, like +, -, Page Up, Page Down, etc. to control the images. Instead of using keyboard, I want to send these control commands over ...
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fbi stops reading fifo after first write

I'm having trouble controlling fbi through a named pipe, it seems fbi simply stops listening to the pipe after the first write and I can't figure out why. I'm running something like: $ mkfifo /tmp/...
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How to echo tty1 after displaying an image via fbi?

I can echo to /dev/tty1: echo "hello" > /dev/tty1 I can display an image (while booting or not): fbi -T 1 -noverbose -a test.png I can display the image after printing "hello" to the console, ...
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Is it possible to run fbi inside tmux if the tmux if running in a virtual tty?

I have already looked at this question and the solution works insofar as I can get an image displayed in my virtual console. However, if I first launch a tmux inside the virtual console, and then try ...
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How to display a .jpg file using fbi in a bash script for set amount of time and then execute the next command in the script

I am trying to use fbi in a bash script to display a series of .jpg images. But once fbi begins its process, it continues to cycle through the images and I only want to display each image once for a ...