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Some experiments with img2txt by ItMee

Some experiments with img2txt

ItMee

In the last few weeks, I've spent some time learning to use linux, and especially the terminal.
Today I found a command called "img2txt", that turns pictures into text files.

After spending way too much time using it on some of my artworks, these are the highlights

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    Ooh, Debian is a good one to learn on. I've used it on my home servers since potato (2.2), and I also have it on my main desktop computer at work (stable) and on a ThinkPad T420 (testing).

    It's nice for being mostly automated but not doing too much for you, and you can either install everything by hand over a bare base system or install 'tasks' to get a fairly well featured system out-of-the-box and tweak it further to suit your needs as you learn more. It's the plain flexibility and stability of Debian that has kept me using it on the essential computers that must not have an OS that potentially breaks itself after a minor upgrade.

    Other distros I run are Mint (on an old 13" MacBook Pro), EndeavourOS (on a slightly less old 15" MacBook Pro), and Arch (on this desktop system I'm using right now).