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Integrated display terminal in Nautilus

Some of you may remember Tilda, the handy application that the touch of a button showed the terminal in a configurable part of the screen. So I see on the official website hosted on sourceforge it seems that the project is stopped by the 2008. I wrote a brief guide on this application because I thought it although small, still useful and worthy of note. In the same spirit today I speak of "nautilus-terminal": another small application that integrates the terminal window in nautilus.

The steps to install it on Ubuntu are a few simple. First, add a PPA repository.


Resize all images in a directory

This mini-howto is taken from blog in Kayowas.

Imagemagik is an exceptional tool, I would say essential, it allows an almost endless array of processing on the images.

In systems derived from Debian, the installation is quite a:

[user@localhost ~]$ sudo apt-get install imagemagick

To vary the size of all images in a given directory, you must use the tool "mogrify"In the following way:


Ram virtually

For those who would like to have more ram, but not if you can afford to mount a virtual board.

sudo mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /mnt -o size=1024m

And when you restart back to business as usual.