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There are different ways to get RAM size, Hard disk size, processor size, etc. in Ubuntu. Here are some:-
1. From System -> Administration -> System Monitor
Change current logged in user’s password
Go to Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal, then run the command below:-
RabbitVCS is a set of graphical tools written to provide simple and straightforward access to the version control systems you use. It supports most Subversion and Git functionality.
Checkout the screenshots:- http://wiki.rabbitvcs.org/wiki/about/screenshots
I was in search of a good screen capture tool to be used in Linux. More precisely, for Ubuntu as I use it. You can take the screenshot through ‘Print Screen’ keyboard button. But, I want some more.
I was in search of a program which could take capture any specific area of my screen. I also wanted the program to be able to edit the screenshot like adding text, arrows, ellipses, on it.