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Re: software to display images on a rotation



Amadeus W. M. wrote:
> On Tue, 03 Oct 2006 11:58:46 -0400, dj+fedora wrote:
> 
>> I built a slideshow system on my laptop for the local cub scouts,
>> using xv:
>>
>> #!/bin/bash
>>
>> xsetroot -solid black &
>> xset -dpms &
>> xset s off &
>> /usr/slideshow/unclutter &
>>
>> while true
>> do
>>   cd /usr/slideshow/scouts
>>   /usr/local/bin/xv -wait 3 -random */*.jpg
>> done
>>
>>
>> I pre-scaled all my images to match the screen size, else you can add
>> "-maxpect" to that command line.  Scaling results in faster switching
>> between images.
> 
> xv rules, doesn't it? Don't know why it's no longer being shipped with FC.
> I have my rpm saved from a RH6.2 distribution.
> 
I believe it is a licensing problem. XV is a shareware program. You
can use it for personal use without registering. For other use, you
are required to register.

Mikkel
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