What is a good GUI-based Flickr upload tool in Linux?

Recently Flickr started to offer 1TB free space for everyone. This is great news if you are an avid photographer who regularly uses Flickr for photo sharing or back up purposes. As of this writing, Flickr has not released an official Linux client yet. So if you want to upload images to Flick on Linux, […]
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What is good photo editing software for Linux

Photo editing software is often used by professional photographers as well as amateur shooters to add various enhancements to pictures taken with a camera. Especially with the growing popularity of digital photography nowadays, a good photo editor is almost a necessity if you are into photography. In this post, I will cover popular photo editing […]
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How to export Gnuplot output to png, jpg and pdf

Gnuplot allows you to export its output to different formats. To export Gnuplot output, you just specify a terminal which then, depending on the type of the terminal, determines the format of output file. Gnuplot supports terminals for various formats including png, jpg, gif and postscript. In order to export Gnuplot output to one of […]
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How to convert pdf files to jpg format on Linux

While PDF (short for “Portable Document Format”) is a widely used document format supported by a variety of applications on multiple platforms, you may want to convert pdf files to jpg format for several reasons. For example, you may want to embed a pdf file into PowerPoint or OpenOffice Impress presentations, in which case jpg/jpeg […]
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How to convert jpg image file to pdf format on Linux

The JPG (JPEG) format is without any doubt the most popular format used to share images on the Internet. However, there are several advantages in using PDF images compared to JPG images. For one, while JPG is a raster format with lossy compression, PDF is a layout format that contains both vector and raster graphics. […]
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How to compress png files on Linux

PNG (short for “Portable Network Graphics”) is a raster image format designed to replace limitations of GIF image format in terms of data compression and color precision. The size of a PNG image file can vary significantly based on several factors including color depth, interlacing, precompression filter, compressor used, etc. In this tutorial, I will […]
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