I finally got a chance to see exactly how I use the image screenshot utility. The cross cursor appears at the point your regular cursor is located. If you want the whole screen, move the cross cursor to the upper left corner and drag it down to the lower right corner. When you release the left mouse button, the screenshot is captured. You don't need to hit Enter. If you want a screenshot of a portion of the screen, drag the cross cursor in a rectangle over whatever part of the screen you want. When you release the left mouse button, the screen is captured. Thus you have a lot of flexibility over what part of the screen you capture and are not limited to the whole screen or just the active window. If you want the active window, click the cross cursor inside the active window. The screen is then captured. You don't need to drag out a rectangle. So you don't have to hit Enter for any of these. Releasing the left mouse button or clicking in a window is sufficient.
Now for the iSCSI problem. I don't have the technical knowledge to offer a possible solution. I did look at the /var/log/messages file on my laptop and after the
Loading iSCSI transport class v2.0-724
line, I have this:
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: Detecting Adaptec I2O RAID controllers...
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: Adaptec aacraid driver (1.1-5-mh4)
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: aic94xx: Adaptec aic94xx SAS/SATA driver version 1.0.3 loaded
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: sym53c416.c: Version 1.0.0-ac
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: qlogicfas: no cards were found, please specify I/O address and IRQ using iobase= and irq= options<6>QLogic Fibre Channel HBA Driver
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: iscsi: registered transport (qla4xxx)
Mar 29 18:24:42 Gateway kernel: QLogic iSCSI HBA Driver
I don't have an Adaptec I20 RAID controller (to my knowledge) in this laptop. Perhaps your installation attempt can't get past the attempt to detect that. The next time I boot one of my VectorLinux desktops I'll see if I have the same entries after the iSCSI line. I'll also check the Windows Device Manager the next time I boot to Windows on the laptop and see if there's anything in Device Manager about iSCSI or an Adaptec RAID controller.