(note this is a guest post from Tenox)
Due to a popular demand, a previously mentioned Web Rendering Proxy has been ported to QT-Webkit, which allows it to run on Linux, BSD and other operating systems.
QT doesn’t support writing GIF images so JPEG is being used instead. You may want to adjust the option for image quality versus size.
The installation of required components is straight forward, on Ubuntu:
apt-get install python-qt4 libqt4-webkit
Generaly you if you can get qt-webkit2png to run, WRP will also work. Note for Windows users, you will need a X11 display server like the one that comes with Cygwin.
The script is available here.