View/convert lossless JPEG files in ubuntu
- date: September 12, 2009
I cannot seem to view lossless jpeg files under ubuntu, and I cannot convert them to a more opensource friendly format with image magick.
Does anyone know how I would be able to view/convert lossless JPEG files under ubuntu?
When I open the files, image viewer states the following:
Could not load image 'Page 000 0.jpg'.
Error interpreting JPEG image file
(Unsupported JPEG process: SOF type 0xc3)
And when I try to convert from the command line I get this:
:~/Lossless$ convert *.jpg *.png
convert: Unsupported JPEG process: SOF type 0xc3 `Page 000 0.jpg' @ coders/jpeg.c/EmitMessage/231.
Where Does Minecraft Store Save Files? [ubuntu 10.10]
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 21, 2010
I downloaded an old save that i used when I used to use windows, i switched over to ubuntu and i want to use it again, but i have no clue where Minecraft stores its saves, i know in windows it was the "appdata" folder. Could anyone help me out on this one?
Unable to open JPEG files imported from Android
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 26, 2012
Hello all. I apologize if this is posted in the wrong place or if somehow this has been previously solved and I missed it in my searches. If either of these are true, pass along the link or move it.
All that said, I am having the following issue. I have connected a Motorola Droid 2 to a Dell Inspiron 1520 laptop running the latest version of Ubuntu. The phone was connected in USB storage mode, and when I navigated to DCIM/Camera none of the files within would open. The error message was something along the lines of "Error interpreting JPEG image file (Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x00 0x00)." I have opened several of the images in a hex editor and FF d8 is buried deep within the file while the start of them appears to be a string of zeroes, some random characters, than over a hundred lines worth of zeroes, followed by more random characters, and then the actual file start.
Does anyone know what my issue seems to be or how I could rectify it?
Thank you for all o
Jpegs show as NOT jpeg files on hybrid iso9660/hfs cdrom and DVDs
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 28, 2009
No other similar threads seem to have encountered this problem. I take a lot of digital images. They range in side from 1 - 4 megabyte to. I use Image Capture on MacOS X 10.4/10.5 to down load up to a gig and a half of images each session. ALL the .JPG files from my Canon SX1000 are valid .JPG files when downloaded.
I burn them off to a dvd when I can fill a DVD with images. The images are all good when viewed on Mac OS X or on a Windows machine. So I know the hybrid file systems are working correctlty.
I had problems mounting hybrid DVD or CDROMS in Linux until I installed HFS/HFS+ untils. At that point I had no more problems mounting these hybrid cdroms.
The problem nos is that if I try to download images from my camera directly to Linux, they will not all download. If I try to view all the files I'v burned to DVD as a hybrid file system I get this error
[SOLVED] retrieving jpeg files from BkUp copy yields:ERR INTERPRETING JPEG; file not jpeg,
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 2, 2010
I wanted to bring some jpeg picture files from a BkUp copy on a dvd to my desktop and got this Msg.
"Error interpreting jpeg file! (not a jpeg file, starts with 0x20 0x20.)
Of the hundreds of pictures only about 10 are displayed.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
Unable to print pdf files Ubuntu 10.10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 20, 2011
I have installed my printer, a HP Photosmart c5140. I can print all docs except for pdf files. I have tried the following programs:
All these programs deliver the same result, I get a message saying there was a problem processing the document, and a paper comes out of the printer with the following info on it:
Error: /undefined in --run--
--dict:7/16(L)-- R1 1 FontObj
Anyone have any ideas as to how I can fix this?
Next post has the output from a debug log....
Trouble installing DEB. Files. Ubuntu 10.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 3, 2010
I literally just updated to BETA and everything is running smooth. One minor annoyance is the fact that deb files wont install. At first, when clicked on a deb file, it would direct me to the Ubuntu Software store. Thats when I figured I might not have the program that installs debs.
So within the store, I downloaded GDebi and was able to now run the deb file. But the problem is, no matter the deb file, I receive an error , a fail that reads
dpkg: unable to read filedesciptor flags for <package status and progress file decriptor>: Bad file descriptor
How do I solve this issue so that I can install debs once again?
Firefox can't play midi files, Ubuntu 10.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 23, 2010
I have a Webpage where I've embedded a midi file. I cannot hear it in firefox. I see the player controls exactly where I wrote them to show up, but no sound comes, even if I hit play (even though it's coded for autostart.)
I have installed all sorts of stuff through the repository. I have installed gstreamer and everything under the sun that goes with it.
I am at a loss at this point. I've Googled this multiple times but come up with no adequate solution.
NOTE: I CAN play the midi file locally from my computer. It's only when I have it embedded on the Web that I can't play it. I've checked my coding and spelling. This is not something I've never done before, just never tried to play back on Ubuntu before.
How to fix slightly corrupted jpeg files
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 14, 2011
I recovered a lot of beloved photos from a drive which previously had XP and on which I installed Ubuntu with the recovery program foremost.
Many images show a thumbnail preview of the entire image, but when opened in an image viewer show only a part of the image and sometimes some colored lines. Since a thumbnail was generated, the images are obviously somewhat salvageable. What can I use to save them?
Recursively add missing ".jpg" to all JPEG files.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 14, 2009
I'm trying to search a volume for all JPEG files without a jpeg extension, and add it.
I found a lot of similar questions, which were a great deal of help, but I've ran into a problem with my command.
This is what I have so far:
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