The fbida project contains a few applications for viewing and editing images.
It's forked from https://www.kraxel.org/blog/linux/fbida/
It's based on FBIDA 2.09 (fbida-2.09.tar.gz Gerd Hoffmann)
My goal is extract a good viewer for my Raspberry Pi with command online only.
The applications originals of Gerd Hoffmann are: fbi – This is a image viewer for the linux framebuffer console. fbgs – A wrapper script for viewing ps/pdf files on the framebuffer console using fbi. ida – This is a X11 application (Motif based) for viewing images. Some basic editing functions are available too. exiftran – command line tool to do lossless transformations of JPEG images. Works much like jpegtran, but unlike jpegtran it does not ignore the EXIF data ;) thumbnail.cgi – Small and fast CGI script (written in C) to extract EXIF thumbnails from jpeg images and send them to the web browser.
In my case, i want just "fbi" for RaspBerry Pi