Gnome Photo Frame is a frame gadget that displays on your Gnome-based desktop images streamed from:

  • Local Folders
  • RSS
  • Flickr
  • Facebook
  • Tumblr
  • Shotwell, etc.
In this page we will see how to install Gnome Photo Frame under Ubuntu 11.10 or any higher or older version of Ubuntu. Let's first install this dependency:

sudo apt-get install python-central

Then install Gnome Photo Frame with the following commands:

wget -O gphotoframe_1.5-0.1_all.deb http://goo.gl/76gak
sudo dpkg -i gphotoframe_1.5-0.1_all.deb

Start now this photo frame gadget with the following command:

gphotoframe &

Gnome Photo Frame is a detachable frame that can be moved and placed on any area on your desktop. To switch to fullscreen mode, press F11. You can also start Photo Frame automatically at Ubuntu startup or customize it in the Preferences window (Right-click on the frame and select Preferences):

For more information about this project, check this page.


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