How to Record and Replay Linux Terminal Sessions using ‘script’ and ‘scriptreplay’ Commands

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23 Responses

  1. Shashank says:

    How do I append a session of terminal & do scriptreplay with the append session, I am trying like this:

    # script --append --timing=1.timing 1.session
    # scriptreplay 1.timing 1.session
    

    When I ran this first time and save the session I can see the replay through:

    # scriptreplay 1.timing 1.session
    

    but when I want to add or append more session to the same script then I am not able to run properly the same script with append one through the same command

    Please help me out!!

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