Runlevel 3 Screenshot??

Im running SUSE Linux and I am having a presentation and I want to figure out a way to print or make a screenshot of Runlevel 3 Mode or a Runlevel 1 Mode..Is there ANY POSSIBLE way to do this?

I would appreciate it.
jslayton01Asked:
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slow1000Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Ok, I will create the screenshots tonight, probably at 6:00 pm PDT and post here after I make them available.  (Still have to decide where to put them)

Post a new comment here in the morning if I forget :)
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jslayton01Author Commented:
Some more information sorry. Im currently in the KDE GUI mode. So I dont know how to do this.
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slow1000Commented:
I cannot think of a regular way to do this, but I run VMware with Suse.  It is relatively easy to take screenshots of Linux systems from within Windows using VMware.

If this is not possible for you, perhaps I or somebody else with more time could make screenshots of what you need, then post them online somewhere.

If you need somebody to make you screenshots, tell us what exactly you need.  (especially if you need particular commands being run, etc.)
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jslayton01Author Commented:
I need screenshots of a Runlevel 3 or 1 login screen. Thats all I need. I need them by end of this week for a presentation. I would greatly appreciate it. I mean I would.

Please if you can since I do not run VMware, please post a screenshot or, you can email them to:
vandyv@dslextreme.com


Please, thanks

john
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jslayton01Author Commented:
When Linux boots to Runlevel 3, i need a screenshot of that particular screen.
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jslayton01Author Commented:
Or you can email them to this email address that I gave:

vandyv@dslextrmeme.com

or

kg6rir@yahoo.com

Thanks.

I just need the screenshots for the Runlevel (3) Login screen. Or Runlevel (1).
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jslayton01Author Commented:
Im sorry its:

vandyv@dslextreme.com
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kiranghagCommented:
see if this helps..
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/feature/11386.html
http://www.linuxplanet.com/graphics/screenshots/UML1.png
http://tutor.net.au/tafe/images/puttyshell1.gif

or you can connect to this box via a graphical telnet util on KDE or windows and then grab the screen.
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slow1000Commented:
Here are a few screenshots that might work:

http://www.geocities.com/slow1000ee/
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jslayton01Author Commented:
Thanks I got them. Thanks for your time. Perfect.
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