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XnViewMP could be fine but how can I instal it? I can't understand the forums sort of coding. I can't do it.

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If you like XNView then download the deb package from here. If Ubuntu software center won't let you install it then do a sudo apt-get install gdebi and open the deb file with GDebi.

Another software for image editing is Pinta. You can install it with sudo apt-get install pinta.

After all GIMP is the best solution, but if you do simple adjustments to images those two alternatives are good enough.

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To install XnView, first you need to know if your Ubuntu is 64bit or 32bit, then download the appropriate deb file. This is for 32bit and this for 64bit Ubuntu.

After that, just double click the deb file from nautilus, or if you prefer using terminal, just type

sudo dpkg -i XnViewMP-linux.deb

or

sudo dpkg -i XnViewMP-linux-x64.deb

from the download directory.

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Won't GIMP get your job done ?

It's also available at Ubuntu Software Center.

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Use GIMP, type in terminal

sudo apt-get install gimp

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