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Ubuntu :: Terminal Server Client - Copy Window To Clipboard?

In windows using remote desktop connection you can press Ctrl+Alt+minus to copy the current window on the remote desktop to the clipboard. How do you do that in Ubuntu's terminal server client? I have not found any key combination that works

View 2 Replies (Posted: February 24th, 2010)

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