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I recommend you using darktable or shutter, both i think that can be installed with $ sudo apt-get install shutter darktable Shutter provides you the easiest way to screenshot your desktop and edit it with the best simplicity ever. Anyways if you want a photoshop ubuntu-user oriented you can install darktable, (if apt-get does not work, go to darktable ...


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You can use ImageMagick: e.g. mogrify -path <output_path> -resize 60x60% -format png <your_pictures>/*.png This will resize all images (png) in <your_pictures_path> The smaller images are placed in <output_path>


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avconv has a good scaling filter. avconv -i BigInputimage.jpg -s 640x480 640x480smalloutput.jpg This should do the trick. For multiple files: for i in *.jpg; do avconv -i "$i" -s 640x480 "out-$i.jpg" ; done Where jpg is the extension of the images you wish to rescale. multiple file command inspired by January answer regarding video here: How can I use ...


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Here is my solution to the problem. Follow the instructions on http://www.danbishop.org/2015/02/21/add-eduroam-or-any-other-802-1x-wireless-network-to-ubuntu-phone/. My modified eduroam profile will be created like this: printf ...


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Clicking on New tab you will see a Search/ Address bar, your Bookmarks and Top sites (which seem to be your most visited websites).


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Try recovery with wipe/data factory reset option during boot before flashing device from image. I had to do this on same new phone :-(


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You can also take a working eduroam profile from a laptop (in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections), remove the mac address-line, and transfer that file to your phone. I did have to change two fields in that file: eap=ttls and phase2-auth=pap Move eduroam profile file to appropriate location on your phone: sudo mv eduroam ...


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https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gvfs/+bug/1160847: The workaround I am using: Add this rule to /lib/udev/rules.d/69-libmtp.rules #skip Nexus 4/10 for UT debug ATTR{idVendor}=="18d1", ATTR{idProduct}=="4ee2", GOTO="libmtp_rules_end" Add a new file to /etc/udev/rules.d called 99-android.rules # enable access to nexus devices ...



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