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How capture all user command line output?

Hi
I want to know how capture all user command line output and save this commands and outputs to text files?
if you have script for this subject please give me.Smilie
please help me
thank you
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There is a command for that: script ...
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Originally Posted by vbe
There is a command for that: script ...
thanks for answer
excuse me , but I cant see any script!! Smilie
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Have you tried:
Code:
which script

Code:
man script

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Originally Posted by vbe
There is a command for that: script ...
where is your command??Smilie
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Example:

Start saving output to a file named filename
Code:
#script filename


Stop saving output by typing exit.
Code:
#exit

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Quote:
Originally Posted by amvhd
where is your command??Smilie
script IS the command. As Scrutinizer pointed out to you, man script would give you all relevant and necessary info:
Quote:
script - make typescript of terminal session

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