[Image-SIG] Image.show() --> No such file or directory/nothing happens
neruyume at hotmail.com
Thu May 3 06:32:25 CEST 2012
I am trying to get Image.show() to work, but seem to struggle with it. Thus far I have been using PIL on Windows, and it has worked fine and all - But I recently installed it on a Linux-machine, where .show() does not seem to work. (All other features apart from screengrab seems to work well).
When I run the following as a normal user (id est, not root),
Image.new("RGBA", (100, 100), (0, 255, 0, 0)).show()
it results in these error messages in popupboxes:
Failed to open "/tmp/tmpsVfqf4".
Error stating file '/tmp/tmpsVfqf4':
No such file or directory.
(abouts two times)
Failed to execute default File Manager.
The interpreter has the following printout
>>> Image.new("RGBA", (100, 100), (0, 255, 0, 0)).show()
>>> Thunar: Failed to open "/tmp/tmpFs5EZr": Error stating file '/tmp/tmpFs5EZr': No such file or directory
Running the same as root, nothing (visible) seems to happen, either via popups or in the interpreter, but no image shows up either.
At first I did not have xv installed (it tried to open the image in gimp, but that did not work as it resulted in the errors above when gimp opened) - So I installed xv, and it still tried to open gimp - So I removed gimp, and that is more or less how I ended up where I am now.
I guess show() is not that important to me as I could just save the image and open it manually, but it would be helpful to have show() at times.
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