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Xubuntu improve default picture viewing with gpicview

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

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The default picture viewer on Xubuntu's XFCE is risterroro. Risterroro is quite lightweight, but anyways is lacking even basic functionality with reading a number of pictures in a directory and showing, them one by one lacks any picture automated slider. The lack of picture back/forward functionality makes picture viewing very inconvenient on those Linux distro.

Ristretto Screenshot on Xubuntu Linux Desktop

Thanksfully this kind of unconfortable default behaviour on Xubuntu can easily be changed to use a handy picture viewer program called gpicview xubuntu-linux:~# apt-get install --yes gpicview

gpicviewer grandmothers screenshot on Xubuntu Linux

Gpicview is a good minimalistic program which has all the functionality of the default GNOME picture viewer program eog – (eye of the Gnome). If you're aaccustomed to GNOME's eog you can always install and use eog instead 🙂