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On Sat, 20 Jul 2002 Vikas Madhavan Alathur wrote :
> > I have written a program explaining the concept of Fourier
> > graphically using the Mesa library. The program runs in full
> > mode. Now I want to take a snap shot of one of its screens and
> > PNG image of the same. How do I get it ?
>If you have KDE installed, use ksnapshot.
I am not aware of any tools that do this except in X. However, you
can always throw your own code in-that is if you have the time and
need to expirement.
You will need to first capture the video memory as a bitmap and
use the libraries for converting it to PNG. I assume libpng has
Does anybody on the list have MIT scheme by any chance??
I happen to be on the Wizard Book currently and would like
to have some implementation of Scheme....there's guile,
but it doesn't have an interface to emacs.
The tarball is something like 16MB which is too
large for a dial up connection.
I have written a program explaining the concept of Fourier series
graphically using the Mesa library. The program runs in full screen
mode. Now I want to take a snap shot of one of its screens and get a
PNG image of the same. How do I get it ?
The problem is still presisting. I did try all the options
I do have the hard disk still with me.
Would any body like to suggest something more to that.
> 3. Re: Does not allow login even with Su on Redhat 6.2 box
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><P>Hey i think your init process is getting respawned ,, hmm well
>the reason may be your /etc/passwd file might have got
><P>U can go in Single user mode and copy /etc/passwd.Old to
>/etc/passwd and then i think it should allow u to login.
><P>Let me know if this worked.
><P> <B><I>Philip S Tellis
><BLOCKQUOTE style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px;
>BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid">On 19 Jul 2002, Jaishankar
>Krishnan Iyer wrote:<BR><BR>> The box did NOT run any firewall
>etc. The next day what we found <BR>> was, it would NOT allow us
>to login at all.<BR>> At the login prompt , when one tried to
>login as any user or even <BR>> "su" it would just jump back to
>login prompt.<BR><BR>did you try to login as su or as
>root?<BR><BR>> Could i get some hint as to which are the likely
>files which i could<BR>> look into which could cause this
>problem. This would help us further<BR>> in the penetration test
>which we are conducting.<BR><BR>have a look at your pam.d/*
>files. also, by removing some groups, you <BR>may have disabled
>logins. You'll have to experiment to find
I have RH 7.2 Installed as a router. i have a Dlink DMI-128ESU ISDN (External) TA, which i want to configure it on linux on USB port. Can some1 please help me?
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