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How to: Import photos with Linux from your camera

Date: 2007-12-17 00:00:00 -0400

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Import photos into Linux is really an easy task, just need to install gthumb and you are ready

gthumb is a Linux tool or better said a Gnome tool, to view images, but one of its better uses is to import photos directly from the camera.

Install gthumb

For Debian or Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install gthumb

For Fedora or Centos

sudo yum install gthumb

Once installed, open it from:

Applications->graphics->gthumb image viewer

You will get something like this:

gthumb screen shot

then go to: file->import photos and you will get this box.

gthumb screen shot

then just select the pictures to import, if you want them deleted from the camera or not, and import them.

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