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hexafraction is right. Just one amendment, if one wants to clone a complete disk with a swap partition clonezilla doesn't clone the swap partition but it creates a swap partition. If one restores the disk the swap partition is created but empty.
I don't know if you're still out there, but perhaps for other users this might help. Sometimes you can use the "file" command to see the metadata of your file. In mine, I could use the "timedate" tag
Open the pdf file with OpenOffice/LibreOffice, delete the text and save the file as odt. odt means 'open document text' file. It is the native format of OpenOffice.
If there are just a few figures to extract from the pdf file, you can use a GUI-based method, only possible if you have a photo editor (it is likely you have GIMP installed). Here it is a detailed process of how to do it (dispense me if you are an expert on this, but it might be good as a reference for others): Open the pdf file, and put one picture in the ...
Give Vuescan a try. It's a nice multi platform scan software, that works with a lot of different devices.
GIMP Lensfun supports GoPro so you can easily fix with that. It recognizes camera parameters so it is better than the GIMP plugin above.
Gimp You can use Gimp in Ubuntu Linux to correct fishlens effects in images: How to Correct Fisheye in GIMP ffmpeg + frei0r For videos: How to remove fisheye from videos on Ubuntu
Since 14.04 [universe] there is the vwebp command in the webp package: sudo apt install webp Then: vwebp imagefile.webp To get thumbnails in Nautilus see this answer (like Aquarius Power said above).
1. Automatically change folder icon into the first found image inside The python script below will change the icon of all folders inside a directory (recursively) into the first found valid image file inside the folder. The script #!/usr/bin/env python3 import subprocess import os import sys # --- set the list of valid extensions below (lowercase) # --- ...
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