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Issue this command to fix GIMP: sudo chown richard:richard /home/richard/.local/share/recently-used.xbel Try to run GIMP or post me result. EDIT: Revert it back in case of fail: sudo chown root:root /home/richard/.local/share/recently-used.xbel and try to set new permissions sudo chmod 700 /home/richard/.local/share/recently-used.xbel UPDATE: ...
Switching away from the Italian servers to the main ones seems to fix everything. I guess something is broken now in the Italian mirror.
You cannot use %F twice in a command like that, because %F gets replaced by the names of every file selected. For example, a command of sh with parameters -c 'printf "%%s\n" "$@" > foo' %F %F will create a file named foo with the names of every file selected, twice. Therefore the convert command that actually runs is: convert file1.jpg file2.jpg ... ...
For some of the system default apps you can go to System Settings/Details e.g.: Or for more advanced you can open Ubuntu-Tweak and go to Admins section and click on File Type Manager: To install Ubuntu-Tweak: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak P.S. I see you edited a bit your question you ...
You can use the settings editor. Choose the Mime type, and search for images: Then change the relevant types to your likings: As you can guess I use Shotwell to crob images. Change those to your favorit app!
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