Scrot: A Command Line Tool to Take Desktop/Server Screenshots Automatically in Linux

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  1. Vishal Kumar says:

    It will be a major pain in the neck if you do not do the following before installing scrot on centos using the mentioned script to install from source.
    First enable Repoforge on CentOS: http://www.tecmint.com/enable-rpmforge-repository/
    Then do $ sudo yum install giblib-devel

    Otherwise it will keep giving an error The giblib-config script installed by giblib could not be found

  2. Narendra says:

    Great work…

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