[SOLVED] how to send the output of send command to a file
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i treid the below on line 8 :
1- send "show command; \r" > logfile.txt : gives an error extra character after the "
2- logsave logfile.txt 'send "show command; \r" ': error invalid command
3- i simply tried to send the output of the whole script to file logsave /home/logfile ./script : seems that logsave work under root only
4- ./script > logfile : the problem with this is that the output of echo or (read "enter your id") command will not be displayed on the screen (actually nothing will be displayed, i have to open the log file to see the output).
is there any way to save the log of the "send" ? or to save the log of the complete script without hiding the output on the screen?