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Old 02-03-2004, 03:05 PM   #1
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Question Screen capture during install?

I read somewhere (can't recall where of course) that it is possible to take screen capture images during the installation of Red Hat Distro's. Can anyone advise me how that is done? Thanks
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Its called a camera :-D. Push button... click. And you got a screenshot :-D
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Press the Shift & Print Screen keys
The output is saved at /root/anaconda-screenshots/
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Thanks folks. Appreciate the tips. Now, arms in, belt on and off I go. (-:


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