`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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Eye of GNOME (EOG) 3.6.0 in Ubuntu 12.04

Hello I was wondering if its possible to get EOG 3.6 in Ubuntu 12.04, I tried the process here and it had some troubles with the dependencies so can someone help me with that. The reason I want the ...
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Where is eog sending my image after it is opened for slideshow?

If I run a slideshow using eog --slide-show --fullscreen I can't see the name of the slide that is being shown and I don't want it to show on the screen, but I do want to generate a list. I can use ...
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How do I stop the screen going off when viewing a slideshow in the image viewer?

There is a setting to dim the screen when the computer is idle for a certain duration (link). What is the best way to prevent this behaviour when I am viewing a slideshow of images, using gnome image ...