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I have an older Dell laptop that I had previously mounted under my kitchen cabinet.
It was kinda cool as a concept, but since the laptop is older (512ish RAM) and took awhile to boot and had lousy sound quality, I never really used it. Since I already reversed the monitor, though, I wanted to see about making it a picture frame of sorts.
Question: Can anyone speculate as to a way to have a laptop boot into Ubuntu and immediately proceed to cycling between pictures either on the local machine or a (Windows) network share? I'm handy around computers, I just lack the working knowledge of Linux.