Automating keypresses on Linux
I'm totally new to Linux and need help with the following:
We have a point-of-sale system that runs off Linux and what we are basically trying to do is to basically build an automation test framework that would effectively simulate a cashier running transactions.
Are there any tools that we could use ?
(The till is running Fedora Linux and the hardware is quite old)
Here are some of the obstacles we are experiencing: The tool has to be able to be installed and run in console mode with capabilities of executing scripts that we will build. We tried builing our own tool creating a .jar executable which makes use of the java robot package but when we tried to run it linux complained about some glibc_2.3.4 requirement which I could never install.
Any help would be great...Thanks.
Last edited by FalconLinux; 07-27-2012 at 04:30 AM.