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'''xrandr -o 1''' turns screen to landscape mode (xrandr -o 0 to go back to ordinary portrait):
 
'''xrandr -o 1''' turns screen to landscape mode (xrandr -o 0 to go back to ordinary portrait):
 
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*xrandr -o 0 - default  
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!Command !!Description
*xrandr -o 1 - landscape - from right side  
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*xrandr -o 2 - upside down
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|<pre>xrandr -o 0 </pre>||default  
*xrandr -o 3 - landscape - from left side
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|<pre>xrandr -o 1 </pre>||landscape - from right side  
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|<pre>xrandr -o 2 </pre>||upside down  
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|<pre>xrandr -o 3 </pre>||landscape - from left side  
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Revision as of 05:33, 9 August 2007


Contents


Screen Grab, Screen Snapshot

useful for filing bugs etc:

Note on Screen orientation:

xrandr -o 1 turns screen to landscape mode (xrandr -o 0 to go back to ordinary portrait):

Command Description
xrandr -o 0 
default
xrandr -o 1 
landscape - from right side
xrandr -o 2 
upside down
xrandr -o 3 
landscape - from left side


Locally from the device

Discussion

From a Remote Connected Desktop

On the device:
xhost 192.168.0.200
Where 192.168.0.200 is the IP of your desktop.


On the desktop:
xwd -root -display 192.168.0.202:0 > dump.xwd
Where 192.168.0.202 is the device IP.
The xwd file can be read by the Gimp:
Example Screenshot


Personal tools

Contents


Screen Grab, Screen Snapshot

useful for filing bugs etc:

Note on Screen orientation:

xrandr -o 1 turns screen to landscape mode (xrandr -o 0 to go back to ordinary portrait):

  • xrandr -o 0 - default
  • xrandr -o 1 - landscape - from right side
  • xrandr -o 2 - upside down
  • xrandr -o 3 - landscape - from left side


Locally from the device

Discussion

From a Remote Connected Desktop

On the device:
xhost 192.168.0.200
Where 192.168.0.200 is the IP of your desktop.


On the desktop:
xwd -root -display 192.168.0.202:0 > dump.xwd
Where 192.168.0.202 is the device IP.
The xwd file can be read by the Gimp:
Example Screenshot