||06-11-2012 10:48 AM
How to Capture a Unix Terminal Session?
I want to capture all the operations performed in the terminal. So to achieve this I used “script” command. This works as I expected. But this command captures all the standard output which is redirected to terminal. For example if i “tail” a file, even the tail output is getting captured. But I want to capture only the commands not the output. I don’t want to capture the Standard Output. Is there any way to capture only the commands that are typed in the terminal?
I don’t want use the bash history since it will not store TTY information. I have automated this process, whenever user logins a script will be started to capture the operations.