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Execute eog using the console and update your question with the output that appears when the problem is reproduced. That, of course, if you can still read it after the new login. UPDATE: As stated in its manual page (man eog), maybe you will get more info using the flag --g-fatal-warnings .
You can use wget as shown here: Downloading an Entire Web Site with wget Sep 05, 2008 By Dashamir Hoxha in HOW-TOs If you ever need to download an entire Web site, perhaps for off-line viewing, wget can do the job—for example: $ wget \ --recursive \ --no-clobber \ --page-requisites \ --html-extension \ ...
You can do that with ffmpeg or avconv. To extract a single image: ffmpeg -i input.flv -ss 00:00:14.435 -f image2 -vframes 1 out.png avconv -i input.flv -ss 00:00:14.435 -f image2 -vframes 1 out.png This will seek to the position of 0h:0m:14sec:435msec into the movie and extract one frame (-vframes 1) from that position into a png file. here are two ...
You ca install vlc and go tot file -> create snapshot. It will create a snapshot of the current image in vlc.
geeqie may be configured to move file to a defined folder rather than permanently delete it (Menu Edit | Preferences | Preferences | Behavior | Safe delete). Note that file will be renamed (by adding prefix) and that geeqie may pernamently delete files placed in this folder, so moving directly to trash is not feasible.
I think it does, you need to look at this bit: Color Type : RGB with Alpha That is for a PNG with transparency available (just because it has a alpha channel probably doesn't mean it is transparent - it could 100% opaque and have an alpha channel) - for one without transparency: Color Type : RGB I have only ...
I think the accepted answer is very good, but I wanted to add another possible solution ... Although I use ImageMagick tools most often now myself, netpbm is an old friend for processing images. You can see the size of any format of image with the command: anytopnm file | pamfile This will generate output that looks like: stdin: PPM raw, 1650 by 1275 ...
It's exactly the same process, except you use a JPG file. LightDM has no problems displaying JPGs.
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