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Ttyrec records your terminal input and output, like the "script" command, but additionally records timing information to allow playback at the original speed. It can record any console program, including screen-oriented programs such as those using curses.
ttyrec is a tty recorder. ttyplay is a tty player. Installation: % make or if your system is SVR4 system (Solaris etc.), % make CFLAGS=-DSVR4 or if your system supports getpt(3), % make CFLAGS=-DHAVE_getpt HAVE_getpt is required if your linux system uses devfs. Usage: % ttyrec (In the excuted shell, do whatever you want and exit) % ttyplay ttyrecord Have fun! -- Satoru Tak more»
TTYPLAY(1) TTYPLAY(1) NAME ttyplay - player of the tty session recorded by ttyrec SYNOPSIS ttyplay [-s SPEED] [-n] [-p] file DESCRIPTION Ttyplay plays the tty session in file, which was recorded previously by ttyrec(1). When -p option is given, ttyplay output the file as it grows. It means that you c more»
TTYREC(1) TTYREC(1) NAME ttyrec - a tty recorder SYNOPSIS ttyrec [-a] [-u] [-e command] [file] DESCRIPTION Ttyrec is a tty recorder. It is a derivative of script(1) command for recording timing information with microsecond accuracy as well. It can record emacs -nw, vi, lynx, or any programs ru more»
TTYTIME(1) TTYTIME(1) NAME ttytime - prin more»
ttyrec (1.0.8-5) unstable; urgency=low * debian/patches/15_ttyrec_dont_record_query.diff: New fil more»
This package was debianized by Takuo KITAME <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 27 Dec 2000 10:31:58 +0900 more»