RE: How to manage a large number of JPEG images?
You could use Imagemagik, a very useful bunch of routines.
# apt-cache show imagemagick
Maintainer: Ryuichi Arafune <email@example.com>
Replaces: imagemagick-doc, geomview (<= 1.8.0)
Suggests: gs, html2ps, lpr
Description: Image manipulation programs.
Imagemagick is a set of programs to manipulate various image formats
(JPEG, TIFF, PhotoCD, PBM, XPM, etc...). All manipulations can
be achieved through shell commands as well as through a X11 graphical
Possible effects: colormap manipulation, channel operations, thumbnail
creation, image annotation, limited drawing, image distortion, etc...
This package suggests a postscript interpreter (gs) to read postscript
files. It will however function happily without it (as long as you don't
want to read postscript).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Olivier [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, 1 April 2003 10:50 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: How to manage a large number of JPEG images?
> > I have the first 93 JPEG images from the new digital camera
> on my hard
> > drive. The gimp will load an image and print it perfectly.
> I see it
> > also has an option to create a thumbnail of an image. What I would
> > like is an album of thumbnails of all 93 images with the ability to
> > click on any one of them to see it full size. I did an apt-cache
> > search and found gallery but I don't really want a
> web-based program.
> > Is there other software available to handle this problem?
> May I suggest using feh (wich is build upon the wonderfull
> imlib2) with the
> thummbnail option.
> apt-get install feh
> feh -t *.jpg &
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