need an alternative to irfan view on linux?

Checkout gwenview:

gwenview - linux picture viewer with rename functionality

su; # become super user
apt-get update; # update package list
apt-get install gwenview; # install gwenview

… r-click a picture and select to open it with Gwenview.
Hit F2 to rename that picture.

GREAT 🙂

 

 

Gwenview Shortcuts
Space Displays the next image in the directory.
Backspace Displays the previous image in the directory.
Alt+Arrow Moves to the parent folder of the current folder.
Ctrl+Shift+F Switches into Full Screen Mode.
Esc Switches back to Browse Mode.
Ctrl+M Show or hide the menubar.
Ctrl+B Show or hide the Thumbnail bar.
F4 Show or hide the Sidebar.
F6 Make the Location bar editable so that you can directly type in a file path. You can return to the standard Location Bar by pressing the arrow at the right.
Ctrl+R Rotate the current image to the right.
Ctrl+L Rotate the current image to the left.
Shift+R Resize the current image.
Shift+C Crop the current image.
Ctrl+Y When multiple images are displayed in View Mode, this synchronizes their views.
Tab When multiple images are displayed in View Mode, this switched to the image to the right of the currently selected image.
Shift+Tab When multiple images are displayed in View Mode, this switched to the image to the left of the currently selected image.
Ctrl+S Save any changes made to the image.
Delete Move the current image to the trash.
Shift+Delete Permanently delete the image from the disk. Note that this operation is irreversible and cannot be undone.
Ctrl+P Print the current image.
Ctrl+O Open an image using the standard file selection dialog.
F Pressing this shortcut toggles zoom-to-fit on and off.
P Viewing a video this shortcut toggles playback on and off.
Ctrl+T Edit tags.
Ctrl+F2 Rename an image inline.
Delete Move an image to the trash.
Shift+Delete Delete an image.
Ctrl+F7 Copy an image.
Ctrl+F8 Move an image.
Ctrl+F9 Link an image

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