I do screen captures [Alt]-[Print Screen] over a remote connection on a Windows machine. Either SSH (PuTTY) or RDP (remote desktop).JimBurke wrote:This is fine when you are using the X desktop. There are a few screen capture/manipulation apps such as this.
HOWEVER, what about if you are running WITHOUT an X server ? For example, you are running a java app on the console and you want to screenshot it ?
Any ideas ?
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[email protected] ~ $ apt-cache show fbcat Package: fbcat Version: 0.3-1 Architecture: armhf Maintainer: Piotr Lewandowski <[email protected]> Installed-Size: 57 Depends: libc6 (>= 2.13-28) Recommends: netpbm | graphicsmagick | imagemagick Conflicts: fbgrab Replaces: fbgrab Provides: fbgrab Homepage: http://fbcat.googlecode.com/ Priority: extra Section: graphics Filename: pool/main/f/fbcat/fbcat_0.3-1_armhf.deb Size: 9944 SHA256: 04666865bbb43765a44618021c887381e92d57053dd096d20b685ec8e0e7d92b SHA1: 1f2efcc1840f0d09347f99573e3c32dccf543224 MD5sum: f23d9d8578c20bdde29620001b5a5803 Description: framebuffer grabber fbcat grabs a screenshot of a framebuffer and stores in a PPM file. . This package also provides a compatibility wrapper around fbcat to ease migration from fbgrab. Description-md5: 37bef91d1c0a57141537400941ef2def