On Tuesday 30 September 2008 14:31:26 Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Monday 29 September 2008 01:08:13 pm Timothy Murphy wrote:
> > What is the best way of eliminating duplicate photos
> > on a number of machines, all running Linux (Fedora or CentOS)?
>> Thanks for all the replies.
> I'll try fslint, which seemed the most popular solution.
>> But before doing that, it occurred to me to ask about Picasa,
> which is now available under Linux, I believe.
> I thought I had read of this being used to organize photos under Windows.
> Does anyone use it for this under Linux?
Yes. I've used Picassa a little and thought it looked class. Though I prefer
By the way, I think that the new digikam (the yet to be released version for
KDE4) has some fancy way of deleting duplicate photos.
> I was a bit surprised no-one mentioned it.
> Timothy Murphy
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