Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Getting Shutter to Work on @PeppermintOS ICE

Right-click to EDIT in SHUTTER screencapture tool


Having just setup a Dell e6410 with Peppermint ICE (and realized incredible hard drive savings compared to Ubuntu 10.10 which I had on previously), I wanted to take a few screenshots. My favorite screenshot tool on GNU/Linux distros is Shutter.

Editing/annotating a captured image
One of Shutter's neat features enables you to right-click on your captured image and EDIT that image. On Peppermint ICE install on the e6410, this didn't work. I had to take an additional step of installing more:
sudo apt-get install libgoo-canvas-perl
For some reason, this enabled me to right-click on images in Shutter and edit. Go figure.


Source: http://www.letslearnlinux.com/suseblog/wallpaper/thumb/
linux-wallpaper--1600x1200--tux-we-suck-more.jpg


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