During this episode, we look at how to crop images in The GNU Image Manipulation Program. In particular, we focus on Hugin-generated panoramas, but the method transcends the demonstration. We also talk about setting up shared folders on the Pogoplug, and how to mount CD/DVD ISO images using a handy GUI application on Linux.
Notes: During Hillary's news segment, the photo kept switching to slideshow mode. Robbie fixed it pretty quick, but it was goofy.
Unfortunately we couldn't get back to setting up the Pogoplug on Linux, but we will look at that in an upcoming episode.
Viewer Question: I can't get the NFS features to work on my unRAID server. How do I set this up?
Viewer Question: How do you use the Pogoplug to share photos and such through email?
Sharing your photos directly from a Pogoplug cloud computing device.
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Software Feature: Using gmountiso to mount ISO CD/DVD images on Linux from the GUI.
Creating your mountpoint for mounting your CD/DVD ISO images on Linux, and why to choose /media as the location.
Feature: Using the GiMP to crop the dead areas out of our panoramic images created with Hugin.
Pasting your clipboard as a new image in The GiMP.