I am using Centos 6.4 with kvm virtualization. I see the images at /var/lib/libvirt/images/, each image file is about 20GB, can I just copy it to external hard drive, and then copy it back should I want the virtual machine again? (say virtulization machine is dead or I had to reinstall the Centos 6.4 server).
Pinterest Style of Displaying Images is exceptional, and this adds beauty to your app. After a couple of research I found out that there are great libraries out there that can display images like Pinterest do but not sure if this is compatible with UIL.
I am using the Universal-Image-Loader in displaying my images.
I have a fresh install of 64-bit Fedora 16. When I run GThumb, it does see my image files (JPG and PNG), but it always shows them as small icons, even if I double click on them. In other words, it seems as though it does not know that these are image files. As an example, I expected that I could zoom in and out using +/-, nope.
I have two images, one from camera image or gallery image and another one is user imageview. Now i want to save that canvas into an image. How should i do it or if there is any other way to merge two images.