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  (preferably Linux-based, OS) utility to extract images from image-based pdf files ... Albretch Mueller via gimp-user-list 03 Sep 15:53
   (preferably Linux-based, OS) utility to extract images from image-based pdf files ... Guy Stalnaker via gimp-user-list 03 Sep 16:06
   (preferably Linux-based, OS) utility to extract images from image-based pdf files ... xyhema 04 Jun 22:58
    (preferably Linux-based, OS) utility to extract images from image-based pdf files ... Tabiyomi 04 Jun 22:59
Albretch Mueller via gimp-user-list
2019-09-03 15:53:25 UTC (almost 3 years ago)

(preferably Linux-based, OS) utility to extract images from image-based pdf files ...

The output of pdfimages would be a whole page image if the input is a non-searchable, image-based pdf files. Take for example:

https://www.nysedregents.org/ushistorygov/Archive/20000126exam.pdf

which utility would detect the cartoons on page 6 and 7?

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Guy Stalnaker via gimp-user-list
2019-09-03 16:06:43 UTC (almost 3 years ago)

(preferably Linux-based, OS) utility to extract images from image-based pdf files ...

Albretch,

This will likely be a two-step process:

1. Extract page images from pdf using a tool such at the one you indicate. 2. Extract subpage components from separate image files, using a tool such as: https://opensource.com/article/18/5/getting-started-luminoth

Linux terminals makes such processing rather easy.

NOTE that I have not personally used a tool like luminoth so I cannot comment on its accuracy, but its website pages suggest it may have the capability to do what you want (well, using the example document you provided and the examples shown on its website).

Good luck!

Guy Stalnaker jimmyg521@gmail.com

On Tue, Sep 3, 2019 at 10:53 AM Albretch Mueller via gimp-user-list < gimp-user-list@gnome.org> wrote:

The output of pdfimages would be a whole page image if the input is a non-searchable, image-based pdf files. Take for example:

https://www.nysedregents.org/ushistorygov/Archive/20000126exam.pdf

which utility would detect the cartoons on page 6 and 7?

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2022-06-04 22:58:24 UTC (26 days ago)
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I have a few questions for those who know Linux commands. Questions, starting with the first one, how to switch processes in Linux? And the second question is how to check exactly how many processes are running in linux including hidden processes.

2022-06-04 22:59:34 UTC (26 days ago)
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The answer to the second question is simple. Use the command ps aux, and this command will show you all the running Linux processes. The answer to the first question is a bit more complicated. First, you print out all the processes, and then you will have to use the command top or htop to move the running around. Here is a detailed article on how to check running processes in Linux https://www.hostforweb.com/article/how-check-running-processes-linux/ It is a step-by-step guide on how to test running processes in Linux. You should be able to figure it all out.