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

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eog does not recognize .png file format and many icons are gone

I use Ubuntu 12.04 and XFCE desktop on a PC with nVidia graphics card. I ran into Segmentation fault during a Ubuntu update process. An very inconvenient consequence is that .png files cannot be ...
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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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Can't view pictures: eog segfaults

$ eog Pictures/paul-draper.png Segmentation fault (core dumped) In /var/crash/_usr_bin_eog.1540.crash, ProblemType: Crash Architecture: amd64 CurrentDesktop: GNOME Date: Sat Feb 7 16:51:22 2015 ...
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EOG (Eye of GNOME) doesn't re-summon itself

I keep noticing something rather annoying about the EOG image viewer on Ubuntu 14.04. I am not sure if this is a "bug" or if I am simply not doing something right. If you open an image, open another ...
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Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_widget_modify_bg: assertion `GTK_IS_WIDGET (widget)' failed

When running eog from console, many errors are being printed on the screen. One of them which keeps occuring is the following: (eog:9177): Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_widget_modify_bg: assertion ...