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the command 'scrot' is what you are looking for. invoking the command by itself will take a screenshot, but if you look at the man page, you can set timers ...
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    the command 'scrot' is what you are looking for. invoking the command by itself will take a screenshot, but if you look at the man page, you can set timers and such. it will save the screenshot in your home directory. if you don't have the command installed, chances are good it will be in your distro's repository

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Using the links provided, though, I did manage to get going with scrot.
    Yeah, that's what I ended up using. But I also ended up finally getting the GIMP up and running. But since all is well on this topic, I'll mark it solved.
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