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two ways - you could create an image for mass that has desktop, or, in your charm, in your install hook, you include sudo apt-get install <desktoppackagename> Where sudo aptitude install --no-install-recommends ubuntu-desktop Personally, I think the charm is the easiest way. Help received from this answer: How to install GUI desktop on a ...
Try gnome-disk-image-mounter: $ gnome-disk-image-mounter sda.img No sudo required. It will be mounted at /media/your_user_name/partition_name, just like USB drives.
The imagemagick package includes a convert command. Example commands: convert image1.jpg -fuzz 20%% -transparent White image2.png convert image1.png -threshold 10%% image2.png Both are simple versions of removing a background and might make all other none-background white in the image transparent (the fuzzy/threshold options can adjust that). But ...
Try Edit -> Preferences -> Viewer -> Zoom Quality -> High. That does the trick for me, but of course, it then takes several seconds to load most of my pictures, so it's a rather imperfect solution. This option was apparently not available in earlier versions, although I'm not sure when it was added. I have gThumb 3.2.7.
As far as I know Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop 4 (CDH4) uses Ubuntu. CDH4 comes with Hadoop products pre-installed and configured for development. Some of the installed products are: Hadoop (HDFS and YARN/MapReduce) HBase Oozie Pig & Hive You can get the VM and the instructions on how to use it from here There is also a Qucikstart VM for CDH ...
There is a way to install Google photos auto backup on ubuntu (taken from here, worked for me...) install google photos auto backup on windows machine(may be a virtual pc or an ordinary pc) start > run > regedit go to > HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Picasa\Picasa2\Preferences then on menu > registry > export registry file. It should look somthing like ...
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