Sunday, February 13, 2011


GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a software graphic editor. It is used as an image retouching and editing tool.

With GIMP you can resize, edit and cut photos, create photo montages combining multiple images and converting different image formats.

Sometimes I need modifying images to became wallpaper in my desktop.

To install GIMP in Ubuntu Linux trough terminal, please follow the next steps:
  1. sudo apt-get install gimp;
  2. type your password;
  3. when appears the question for install, type 'y';

After the installation is complete, go to Applications → Graphics → GIMP Image Editor and enjoy it!

Of course I needed help to use GIMP. I used this link.

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