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    [ubuntu] Re: Auto-orient scanned photos?

    If anyone else comes looking for something like this, I couldn't find any existing scripts/programs to auto orient scanned photos.

    So, I wrote a script that uses OpenCV to detect faces and uses...
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    [ubuntu] Auto-orient scanned photos?

    Does anyone know of Linux software that can auto-orient photos without any metadata?

    I don't need 100% accuracy, anything to lighten my workload would be welcome. I have at least two shoeboxes...
  3. [all variants] Re: Looking for Sheet Music library / PDF library software

    After a renewed search, it looks like Calibre (http://calibre.kovidgoyal.net/) might do the trick.

    Any other suggestions are still very welcome.
  4. [all variants] Looking for Sheet Music library / PDF library software

    Hello,

    I need a good way to manage PDF sheet music.

    I am going to install a monitor on my piano (and a netbook inside to drive it), so I can play music without printing it, and hopefully make...
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    Re: Problem Compiling camwire in Ubuntu

    I came across this as I was trying to get some other stuff to work...camwire didn't work for me either, but I got it to compile.

    1) Edit Makefile.common like the readme says.
    I changed line 30...
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    Re: Gimp Liquid Resize Plugin

    You can grab the source here: http://web.tiscali.it/carlobaldassi/

    I just used checkinstall to make the debs, and won't have time to make a new deb or learn how to make a source one for a couple...
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    Re: Gimp Liquid Resize Plugin

    Carlo Baldassi is who wrote it. His site is here: http://web.tiscali.it/carlobaldassi/

    I haven't seen his email posted publicly anywhere, so I won't post it here, but if you download the source...
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    Re: Gimp Liquid Resize Plugin

    McDuck,

    Did you build from source or install the package?

    I built the package on Ubuntu Gutsy, so there is a definate possibility that it won't work on Feisty. You could see if there's a...
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    Re: Gimp Liquid Resize Plugin

    Evissecx,

    Compiling it isn't too dificult if you have basic command line skills. I haven't tried this with Gimp 2.2, but I think it should work. I don't think it uses anything special.

    You'll...
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    Re: Gimp Liquid Resize Plugin

    Thanks for testing that.

    Yes, this is to be expected until there is a way to add or remove weight from specific areas of the image. See the youtube video linked above, starting at time 3:23. Once...
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    Gimp Liquid Resize Plugin

    If you haven't seen it yet, check out this video on Content Aware Image Resizing / Retargeting / Liquid Resizing

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-SSu3tJ3ns

    Ok. Carlo Baldassi made a plugin for...
  12. Re: Linux games/activities for really young kids (1 1/2 years)

    One more tweak...

    He kept hitting the power button on the case which triggered an immediate shutdown.

    I edited /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh and just commented out the whole file, and now it doesn't...
  13. Re: Linux games/activities for really young kids (1 1/2 years)

    For future use, here's what I ended up doing. It looks like it'll work out pretty well.

    I used Xubuntu as the base since this is an older computer I thought the XFCE panel lent itself to large...
  14. Re: Linux games/activities for really young kids (1 1/2 years)

    True, but the problem is, at 18 months, his mouse skills are marginal at best. I don't know that he's going to be able to get past the main page.
  15. Linux games/activities for really young kids (1 1/2 years)

    Does anyone know of good Linux activities for 18 month olds? He can move the mouse (poorly) and I'm sure he could master a couple of keys (arrows, spacebar, etc.) I think he's too young for the...
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    Re: Ubuntu Team T-Shirts

    You going through Café press or something? Or someone local that does silkscreening?
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    Re: Raid Support in Ubuntu?

    Disclaimer: I don't use RAID

    Last semester (~3 months ago?) we did a RAID lab in a class I was in, and we used Ubuntu. We went through several levels of RAID including simulating drive failing,...
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    Re: What kind of computer should I get?

    If you looking for new and want namebrand, then you may want to either build or get a Mac. Nearly all PC retailers only have Vista now.

    If you want a PC, w/out Windows (And then get XP...
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    Re: N00b Video Issue?

    To reconfigure your graphics, boot in recovery mode (At the grub loading screen, press escape, choose the recovery option -- probably 2nd from the top).

    In recovery mode, once you log in, type...
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    Re: Installation issue(s) noobie

    Yes, the alternative install CD is essentially just an installer. There is no live graphical desktop option with it. The install process does require partitioning.


    The Live CD is two things in...
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    Re: Installation issue(s) noobie

    nfll,

    You may want to try the alternative install CD. It uses a text-based installer instead of the graphics. When it is done, you reboot and have a normal Ubuntu desktop (ie. after the install,...
  22. Re: How to install Ubuntu Edgy to USB, to boot from any USB bootable machine

    I can't get xorg to work on any machine but my laptop. It'll but on others, but gdm wont come up. I have the dpkg-reconfigure line in my /etc/init.d/gdm file. I also installed every...
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    Re: Ubuntu / MythTV: Reception in Weber/Davis

    I'm not, and I'm not sure about this LoCo, but if you need Myth support in Utah, I know that there are several people in the PLUG (Provo LUG) and the BYU UUG that are quite proficient with it.
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    Re: How do I make a background gradient?

    Inkscape is really great with gradients. It's available for K/Ubuntu, of course.

    In Inkscape
    Make a box as wide as the gradient you want, but tall enough to see it.
    Set the border to X (none)...
  25. Re: How to install Ubuntu Edgy to USB, to boot from any USB bootable machine

    Here's the list of GNU Grub error codes.
    http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/html_node/Stage2-errors.html

    Looks like error 18 means your root partition is too big for your BIOS. You can...
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