I tried that with many different options and it doesn't seem to work.
Either the script doesn't get started or the terminal output doesn't get
recorded. I thought it would have been simple to run something like
'gnome-terminal --geometry=132x43 script a.out' with and without the |
but it doesn't work. I'm really surprised that gnome doesn't have this
feature built in under the options somewhere.
On 6/9/2010 3:42 PM, Tom H wrote:
On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Overkill<overkill(a)sadiqs.net>
> Greetings, does anyone know how to save the entire session output of a
> gnome-terminal session? I've tried using tee and script at the startup
> but it doesn't seem to work. I was hoping to get something similar to
> the putty log options but in my Gnome desktop enviroment. Thanks,
If you are only interested in what you type in, ".bash_history" if you
want the input and the output, you can use script.