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    Installation Screenshots


    How would I take screenshots of the installation screens for linux, bsd, etc?

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    Re: Installation Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by x__dark
    How would I take screenshots of the installation screens for linux, bsd, etc?
    You could install them using something like VMware.

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    Re: Installation Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by jens
    Quote Originally Posted by x__dark
    How would I take screenshots of the installation screens for linux, bsd, etc?
    You could install them using something like VMware.
    Hello
    For that purpose I use QEMU which is a free soft: http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu u should d/l it and give a try to it.
    To take some screenshots properly use ImageMagick to import only the window concerned. It looks beautiful and it's much faster than Bochs for ex

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    Re: Installation Screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Gnux
    Quote Originally Posted by jens
    Quote Originally Posted by x__dark
    How would I take screenshots of the installation screens for linux, bsd, etc?
    You could install them using something like VMware.
    Hello
    For that purpose I use QEMU which is a free soft: http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu u should d/l it and give a try to it.
    To take some screenshots properly use ImageMagick to import only the window concerned. It looks beautiful and it's much faster than Bochs for ex
    Hah, I did exactly the same with freebsd maybe three weeks ago :P

    qemu for emulating, and "import" for screenies :P

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