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It sounds like the JPEG files in question are actually corrupt: they aren't valid JPEG files. You'd want to troubleshoot more by trying it on a different computer, in a different (micro) SD card reader. If the problem persists, then I'd say the card is at fault, and you should probably get a new card. If other cards work in the card reader, then there is ...


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None of this works. But if you install shutter from their ppa and not from included in ubuntu packages, everything will work fine. To remove old shutter: sudo apt-get remove shutter To install proper version: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:shutter/ppa sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install shutter


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That's the wrong archive. Extract the archive and test only one file, eg % file LICENSE.bin LICENSE.bin: MacBinary III data with surprising version number The Download area doesn't contains a download link for a Linux version. The linked deb file in your question does not look reassuring. Install the latest Gimp version via sudo apt-get install ...


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A GIMP Alternate: A simple tool for drawing rectangles and ellipses on pictures is already included in Ubuntu LibreOffice:Draw Open the image in LibreOffice Draw. You can do this by first opening Draw and then opening the image in it. Or you can right click on the image and choose Open with > Other Applications > Show other applications. Look for Basic ...


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You have answers for gimp, but I also find gimp a bit hard work for this sort of thing. I don't have windows so I don't know what its Paint is like, but I can recommend the very simple and old xpaint, the even simpler gnome version gpaint, or my favourite for over 10 years (and more sophisticated), xfig, all in ubuntu.


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I have a simple solution: Select the Pencil tool Click on your image Press Shift and hold and press Ctrl and hold for the steps below Move your mouse and click Move and click again to complete your rectangle


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Select the area you would like to outline with the rectangle select tool, go to Edit > Stroke Selection. You will get a dialogue. Choosing Solid Line will create an outline using the currently selected foreground color. Choosing With a Paint Tool will give you more creativity.


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Create new layer. Rectangle select for outer wall of rectangle. Bucket fill that rectangle or paste a texture if you want to use a texture for your outline. Edit shrink selection by the width you want for your rectangle. Cut. Right click on the layer and merge the layer down.


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Enter these two commands: sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoclean Try to fix the broken dependencies: sudo apt-get -f install sudo dpkg --configure -a And enter again sudo apt-get -f install. This should solve your dependency problems and you can now install libgimp2.0-dev again. Next solution is to run: sudo apt-get -u dist-upgrade If it shows ...


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I was doing the same thing and trying to download the plugins mentioned in the answers. As the Gimp website is currently down, I could not get the plugins and I had to find another solution. What I ended up doing was use the screenshot software Shutter, which allows you to select a region of the screen and then you can repeat the same screenshot of that ...


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There are 2 options. Of course, both require shutter and gimp to be installed: A - How to open every screenshot automatically with GIMP: Simply open the Shutter window and click in the menu line on Edit --> Preferences (or press Alt+P) or if the Shutter icon already shows up in the panel, click on it and select Preferences from the drop-down menu. Choose ...



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