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> How Can I See A Photo From A Terminal?, how to see the jpg jpeg and btmap
aarmina
post May 31 2005, 08:13 AM
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hi all!have a problem here!! wanna see the foto from a terminal but i donno the commend i know for PDF is xpdf but for the foto i cannot arrive!!!!help me plz!!!!!!!! smile.gif
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post May 31 2005, 08:19 AM
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There are numerous programs out there that for quick picture viewing from a console window, my favorite is Electric eyes (usually called eeyes or just eyes). If you're running KDE, you can use kuickshow. If you dont' mind waiting for it to load, you can use 'gimp' as well. Like i said, there are numerous programs for this.


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post May 31 2005, 08:23 AM
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QUOTE (Corey @ May 31 2005, 08:19 AM)
There are numerous programs out there that for quick picture viewing from a console window, my favorite is Electric eyes (usually called eeyes or just eyes). If you're running KDE, you can use kuickshow. If you dont' mind waiting for it to load, you can use 'gimp' as well. Like i said, there are numerous programs for this.

i use what u say but it say that it "comment not found"!!!! sad.gif are u have anouther soulution?
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