I liked the possibility of taking screenshots so much, but now it seems I rushed a bit with rejoicing... There are a few... issues with the script...
The last night and this morning my TV (UE40H6200AK) worked fine, I took 20-30 screenshots just for fun and then my TV started to "behave" eratically. It would turn off by itself, losing picture while sound still went on... and, finally it started to behave predictably: I would turn it on, after a few seconds picture would appear (for that time TV was still responsive) and after approximately 50 seconds it would become apsolutely unresponsive to any keypress on the remote controller. Picture and sound went on normally, but no response to any keypress on the RC. The only way to change anything was to unplug it from the wall. And after replugging the same thing over and over again. Plug in the TV - after 50 secs become unresponsive - unplug it. I think you got the picture of what was happening.
So, the only way to get my TV "normal", was to disable RCremap init script (in the /mnt/etc/init.d directory). Now it is 99_95_RCremap.init.dis.
There is RCremap.log file, but it shows a little:
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[RCremap] SamyGO RCremap v0.3.5 log - (c) bugficks 2013, small fixes by sectroyer 2014
Oddly, I can still make a screenshot through Telnet, it looks like this:
Entering character mode
Escape character is '^]'.
/mnt/opt/privateer/usr/bin/samyGOso -A -l /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/libso/libScreenShot.so PATH:/dtv/usb/sdb1/__screenshots ALT SOURCE
/mnt # /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/bin/samyGOso -A -l /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/libso/li
bScreenShot.so PATH:/dtv/usb/sdb1/__screenshots ALT SOURCE
samyGOso v1.2.5 (c) bugficks 2013-2014, sectroyer 2014-2015
Injecting '/mnt/opt/privateer/usr/libso/libScreenShot.so' resident: '0'
/mnt # /mnt #
Making screenshots is very nice "feature" of rooted TVs, after no-DRM recording. There's often something to "shoot" - some pretty face, odd or funny animal, images of the disasters, etc, etc.
So I would be really happy If you did some more meditation and have looked at your script and found the Gremlins. I will try and be helpful as much as I can (doing the testing).