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Date:      Tue, 14 Oct 2014 08:00:34 -0500
From:      "William A. Mahaffey III" <wam@hiwaay.net>
To:        "FreeBSD Questions !!!!" <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   seejpeg question ....
Message-ID:  <543D1E72.6050105@hiwaay.net>

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.... I just 'pkg installed' seejpeg (& cleaned up the mess when it 
de-installed linux-c6 & re-installed linux-f10), & tried to run it (as a 
regular user):


[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:52:26am] 526 % which seejpeg
/usr/local/bin/seejpeg
[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:53:19am] 527 % rehash
[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:53:24am] 528 % seejpeg --help
seejpeg version 1.10
Usage: seejpeg [-{option} ...] {file} ...
   -1    --one-pass           one pass quantization (-q implicit)
   -c    --centre             centre the image if it is smaller than 
video mode
   -C    --cycle              cycle through pictures
   -dx   --double=x           double the image in the x direction
   -f F  --fuzz=F             set fuzz factor to determine video mode
   -F M  --mode=M             force the use of a specified video mode
   -g    --grey               force greyscale mode (-1 implicit)
   -G G  --gamma=G            specify monitor gamma correction value
   -h    --help               display this usage message
   -m W  --min-mode-width=W   specify minimum mode width to use
   -M W  --max-mode-width=W   specify maximum mode width to use
   -q    --quantize           quantize picture (256 colour mode)
   -r    --randomize          randomize order of images
   -s T  --slideshow-delay=T  slideshow, wait T seconds between images
   -v    --verbose            display image and video mode information
   -w    --width-only         only use width to determine video mode
         --enable-5x4         allow 5x4 video modes to be used (default)
         --disable-5x4        do not allow 5x4 video modes to be used
         --enable-4x3         allow 4x3 video modes to be used (default)
         --disable-4x3        do not allow 4x3 video modes to be used
         --enable-8x5         allow 8x5 video modes to be used
         --disable-8x5        do not allow 4x3 video modes to be used 
(default)
         --enable-16x9        allow 16x9 video modes to be used
         --disable-16x9       do not allow 16x9 video modes to be used 
(default)
File types supported: JPEG, GIF, PPM, BMP, TARGA
[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:53:30am] 529 % lltr10 Desktop/
-rw-------  1 wam  users      1189 Sep 13 06:34 fstab
-rw-------  1 wam  users    651713 Sep 23 18:48 Lottery-2014-09-23 17-29.pdf
drwx------  2 wam  users      1024 Sep 23 23:40 Parlays/
-rw-------  1 wam  users    122057 Oct  1 10:58 2014-09-30 week 6.pdf
-rw-------  1 wam  users    295404 Oct  3 23:13 2014-10-03 16-44-Tix.pdf
-rw-------  1 wam  users    474691 Oct  3 23:15 2014-10-03 16-44-new.pdf
-rw-------  1 wam  users    139191 Oct  6 14:50 2014-10-06 week 7.pdf
-rw-------  1 wam  users    179895 Oct  7 09:46 2014-10-07 09-36.pdf
-rw-------  1 wam  users     30711 Oct 14 07:26 Tornado.MLU.10.13.2014.jpg
-rw-------  1 wam  users   1191808 Oct 14 07:43 raspberry-pi-netbsd.jpg
[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:53:53am] 530 % seejpeg Desktop/raspberry-pi-netbsd.jpg
You must be the owner of the current console to use svgalib.
Not running in a graphics capable console,
and unable to find one.
svgalib: ark: Assuming normal VGA DAC.
You must be the owner of the current console to use svgalib.
Not running in a graphics capable console,
and unable to find one.
svgalib: can't open /dev/console
[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:54:06am] 531 % uname -a
FreeBSD kabini1.local 9.3-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.3-RELEASE #0 r268512: Thu 
Jul 10 23:44:39 UTC 2014 
root@snap.freebsd.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64
[wam@kabini1, ~, 7:58:32am] 532 %


Obviously a nogo. It wasn't installed as an option under XFCE to view 
that file when I double-clicked on it ... What do I need to do to get 
this program to work for me, either under XFCE or from CLI (tcsh under 
rxvt from XFCE) ?


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	William A. Mahaffey III

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