Twitter has the answer. Thanks goes to Peter’s blog for notifying me about the service.
Although the fact that Totti’s magnificent strike against Sampdoria has been dropped to the 2nd spot for the first time in 16 weeks does enervate me a little, it doesn’t affect in any way my adoration for the best soccer league in the world. Get ready for some big-time surprises and enjoy this YouTube video: (more…)
If you’re using KDE, KSnapshot can do the job for you. If you’re using GNOME, gnome-screenshot can also achieve the task with quite perfection. So why would someone ever need tinkering with command-line utilities to generate screenshots?
The answer is:
xwd is useful because not everyone uses KDE or GNOME and those who don’t usually despise installing needless extra applications for something as trivial as capturing a screenshot.
xwd comes with the X.org server itself, while almost all distributions by default provide the necessary software needed to convert
xwd screenshots into more popular formats. Moreover, KSnapshot and gnome-screenshot have a plethora of dependencies on their relative desktop environments whereas
xwd is a small, neat and efficient solution for capturing. Let’s start with the requirements: (more…)
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