for the question a), as for as Redhat 9 with GNOME, you can take a
snapshot of the whole screen with just "printscreen" button, for taking
a snapshot of a window use "alt+printscreen" combination. you can
customize the shortcuts with mainmenu > preferences > keyboard shortcuts.
If nothing works use GIMP. It has nice utility to capture the screen shot
use file > acquire > screenshot.
On Thu, 1 Apr 2004 16:37:37 +0530, "rajendran" <rajendran@xxxxxxxxxx>
Hi,Registered GNU/Linux User #300582
a) How do I take a screenshot of anything in Linux? (Gui I mean)... In
Windows, I would just hit printscreen and go to an image editor and get
"paste"d. Tried but no luck, on KDE running on Knoppix/Debian.
b) Which is the best GUI (okay, there is nothing called the best, I hear
say, so which is the most popular?) for Linux? I wanna stick to one and
learn that well. (Learn a GUI?? Yeah, unlike Windows, I already see the
Linux GUIs oozing with power and productivity-boosts if only you know how
"do" it right).
c) If you don't want me to waste your time with questions like a and b,
answer d at least.
d) Is there a website for Linux-Newbies (particularly winusers in
avatar)? Where they explain answers for stuff like a and b?
Thanks in advance.
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