Apr 7, 2010

Browse And Display Images In Terminal

display images in Termina
zgv is a picture viewer with a thumbnail-based file selector, for the Linux and FreeBSD console. It's pretty featureful, and is probably the best svgalib-based viewer.

Browse and display images in Terminal? Yes! To browse the images in the current directory:

Download zgv click here

Or if your using Ubuntu just type this command in terminal:

$ sudo apt-get install zgv

After installation type:

$ sudo zgv

To browse the images in /home/username/pictures directory:

$ sudo zgv /home/username/pictures

Note: If you get any mouse not initialized message, just unplug your mouse, type zgv and plug your mouse back