Hey, I just installed Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS. And in the nautilus file explorer , I am not able to get the video resolution option. This extension called nautilus-columns can do that, but i am not able to install it , as PPA doesn’t have a release doc. so not safe.
My question is , is there any way you can view video resolution in list view.which is very basic feature, and seem to be working in 20 version of budgie desktop.
if it is not possible please help me manually install the nautlilus-column from git, which somehow doesn’t havbe a install.sh file
Think it is definitely a question that the wider ubuntu community can help with here - it isnt budgie specific per se.
suggest also ask on askubuntu.com as well as ubuntuforums.org
Believe me , I am trying a lot to find answers. If you can help me with how to install the extesnion manually, it would be great help, then I would write a blog for all , so others can take help too./
there is install file in debian foler, and main file in src folder.
but i can’t execute this install file
this is almost the most basic feature of a file explorer , which i believe was there in win xp explorer too. Shame we can’t ship nautilus in budgie with it.
the default file-manager in UB is nemo - nemo does have a similar extension with an installer file
How do i install it ?
$ sudo apt-cache search nemo
libdata-dump-perl - Perl module to help dump data structures
ascii - interactive ASCII name and synonym chart
caja-owncloud - ownCloud integration for Caja
cdftools - Diagnostic tools for NEMO netCDF output
clamtk - graphical front-end for ClamAV
denemo - free graphical music notation editor (GTK front end to LilyPond)
denemo-data - data for Denemo
denemo-doc - documentation and examples for Denemo
fonts-denemo - music notation symbol fonts for Denemo
gir1.2-nemo-3.0 - libraries for nemo components - gir bindings
golang-github-adrianmo-go-nmea-dev - Go library for the NMEA 0183 protocol
golang-github-nebulouslabs-entropy-mnemonics-dev - Human readable entropy.
indi-aagcloudwatcher-ng - INDI driver for the AAG Cloud Watcher
letterize - phone digits to letter-mnemonics
libenum-perl - perl module for sets of ordered constants like enums in C
libmnemonicsetter-java - Java library for automatically setting Swing mnemonics
libnemo-extension-dev - Nemo component system facilities (development files)
libnemo-extension1 - Nemo component system facilities
libxbyak-dev - JIT assembler for x86(IA32), x64(AMD64, x86-64)
mnemosyne - spaced repetition flash-card program
nemo - File manager and graphical shell for Cinnamon
nemo-data - File manager and graphical shell for Cinnamon (data files)
nemo-fileroller - File Roller integration for Nemo
nemo-font-manager - Nemo extension for Font Manager
nemo-gtkhash - nemo extension for computing checksums and more using gtkhash
nemo-nextcloud - Nextcloud integration for Nemo
nemo-owncloud - ownCloud integration for Nemo
nemo-python - Python bindings for nemo components
pacpl - multi-purpose audio converter/ripper/tagger script
python3-mnemonic - Implementation of Bitcoin BIP-0039 (Python 3)
python3-nmea2 - Python library for the NMEA 0183 protocol
qml-module-org-nemomobile-mpris - Qt 5 MPRIS interface and adaptor QML module
snooze - run a command at a particular time
syncthing-gtk - GTK3-based GUI and notification area icon for syncthing
uim-viqr - Universal Input Method - Vietnamese Quoted-Readable support metapackage
xscreensaver-data-extra - Extra screen saver modules for screensaver frontends
nemo-dropbox - Dropbox integration for Nemo
nemo-preview - Quick previewer for nemo
nemo-share - Nemo extension to share folder using Samba
nothing for media columns
Any help on that.
sudo apt-get install python3-setuptools
cd nemo-extesnions && cd nemo-media-columns
sudo python3 setup.py install --record files.txt
Ok, will; let you know what are the results.
Hopefully this should work
shit, this doesnt work too
It will only work in lunix mint, this is truly a downgrade from budgie 20. Atleast I was able to set this up in budgie. Dissappointment
tested on lunar
you need to install all the dependent packages as well
sudo apt install nemo-python python3-stopit gir1.2-gexiv2-0.10 python3-pymediainfo python3-pypdf2 gir1.2-xapp-1.0
you also need to compile the installed schemas
sudo glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/
logout and login
then in the nemo menu (rightclick in the pathbar) - edit plugins ensure nemo media columns is enabled
Then in list columns you need to add the column image size