Screen capture of ubuntu updating
Similar to taking screenshots on Windows OS, the simplest way to take Ubuntu screenshots is to use the “Prt Scn” button present on your keyboard.
Pressing this button alone will capture the entire visible screen.
Some of these tools are not only meant to take screenshot, but also to modify the picture, adjusting the borders, depth, color and a lot more while capturing screen of a particular application or a whole window.
There are a lot of open source tools in the market for this purpose and are easily available on Ubuntu Linux system, we will be focusing on few of them which are both popular and flexible when it comes to features they provide.
It is particularly suitable for writing documentation (as used in the following chapters) but you can use it to highlight some details on a map image or what ever you want. Compare to Shtter, it has few dependencies and uses lower computer resources.
To start the installation click on “Install Ubuntu” Make sure you have at least 6.6 GB free disk space and if you want to download updates and third party tools at the installation , check both the boxes and make sure system is connected to Internet Click on Continue… Once the installation is completed, it will ask to restart the Machine.
Click on “Restart Now” Use the same user and its credentials that we have set during the installation.
When it opens, paste the command below and hit enter: I'm a freelance blogger who started using Ubuntu 5 years ago and wishes to share my experiences and some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers.
Please notify me if you find any typo/grammar/language mistakes.
It also provides a GUI tool to take sreenshot of your android device with a single click from the comfort of your linux desktop.