Putty Logging - Typed input only

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Old 10-31-2013
Putty Logging - Typed input only

Just a quick question,
Does anyone know how to configure putty (or if you can) to log ONLY what you type in at the command prompt.

e.g. I want to keep: grep -i edc_special SystemOut.log

I don't want to keep the output printed to screen.

If anyone has any ideas or links that would be great.
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Old 10-31-2013
That would be more configuring correctly your history... e.g. creating a new one for each new session, maybe using logrotate etc...
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