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Old 03-08-2014, 07:13 PM   #1
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What to do after I ran scrot command

Ubuntu VM. OK, I ran scrot, generated a png file and it is in my directory. What to do next? How can I post it here? What are the steps? Thanks, - AlexBB
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What are the steps to do what? Just to post it here? You can attach it to your post (an option at the bottom of the page or even better, upload it to one of many photo/file storage services and provide a link.

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Thanks. Actually I figured out the steps myself. I sort of got confused temporarily. I do have two operating systems on my desktop and I was posting from one of them here but the file was in the VM. - AlexBB


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