`eog` stands for Eye of GNOME, which is the default GNOME image viewer.

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Having trouble opening images in Ubuntu command line

When I'm trying to open an image in Ubuntu command line using the command eog filename.jpg, I get an error reading Cannot open display: Could someone please advise what else I need to run before ...
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Image Viewer (eog) causes lightdm to restart

When I open an image and without zooming, try to drag to any border (which is ofcourse, by mistake), eog closes and a black screen appears** that says lightdm is starting, and lands me in login ...
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Customize eog supported extensions

I have a bunch of .CR2 files placed in some directory. But if I double-click on one of them, eog watches only it and ignores it's neighbours. I mean, it can't switch to next or previous image of that ...
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Eye of Gnome zoom 100% gone in Ubuntu 15.10?

The other day I finally upgraded from 15.04 to 15.10. I've opened up an image today using Image Viewer (eog version 3.16.3) and found that the button to scale 1:1 or 100% (don't remember what it was ...
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SVG image viewer with auto-reload and auto-fit

I am currently building a project that requires the creation of multiple SVG images. Hence, I was on the hunt for a proper image viewer that supports this file format. The EOG (Eye Of Gnome) viewer ...