Re: picture browser for debian
I don't know if XV is still packaged anymore (I think someone threw a hissy over liscensing), but it'll be a great deal more agile than gqview on old hardware. Just start it up and hit control-v for the file browser.
On Thu, 16 Aug 2001 08:38:51 +0200
Robert Waldner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Aug 2001 23:33:22 PDT, "Sean 'Shaleh' Perry" writes:
> >> Anyone knows of a good picture browser for Linux (preferrably
> >> .deb´ianized, of course, but I can live with compiling myself)?
> >there are gobs and gobs of them. GNOME has some, KDE has some, plain GTK+ and
> >QT. Try Multimedia->Graphics->Viewers on freshmeat. All of the good ones are
> Thanks, someone mentioned GQview in a private reply, which does exactly
> what I need (and it doesn´t depend on gnome/kde/ for which my box is
> far too slow).
> As for browsing freshmeat per category, I´ve never done that yet, I
> always searched. But I should´ve thought of that myself <slaps self on
> forehead *clasp*>.
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