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How to Install GTK-RecordMyDesktop on RHEL 7 (best screen recording software imo)

If you want to record your screen to make tutorials or something else, GTK-recordmydesktop is capable of doing it. Most of the screen-recording programs that I have come across requires you to record your audio separately, however this software is also capable of recording audio without any extra step. It can also work with JACK audio server.

PART 1 - Install EPL repository for RHEL 7:
  1. Open a terminal
  2. Install epel using the following command: yum -y install epel-release.
  3. Refresh repo by typing the following commad: yum repolist.
PART 2 - Install GTK-RecordMyDesktop:
  1. yum install gtk-recordmydesktop
That's it, it should work right away. If it doesn't, it is possible that you might be missing some codecs as I installed them from nux and epel repos earlier.

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