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Of course it requires import command, from imagemagick tools, but it's simpler to type, and imagemagick is usefull anyway.
There are 2 alternatives - vote for the best!
The `export` is unnecessary if it's only applicable to the one command.
Admittedly, I'd never have thought of this without the earlier examples, but here's one that you can execute from your workstation to just display the image from another, without separately doing a file transfer, etc. By the way, I hear a loud beep coming from the other room, so I guess it's not too stealthy :-D
When connected to a box via ssh you can do a quick screenshot of that box using this command.
After that you can rscp it over to your box and look at it.
Say if you're logged into a remote system via ssh and this system has an x window system, but yet you still want a screen shot of what's going on graphically. This will do it for you. :-)
Like the given command, but combines _DISPLAY=":0.0"_ with _export DISPLAY_ to get _export DISPLAY=":0.0"_ and only imports if DISPLAY is set successfully.
If you can do better, submit your command here.
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