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TTYPLAY(1)		    General Commands Manual		    TTYPLAY(1)

NAME
       ttyplay - player	of the tty session recorded by ttyrec

SYNOPSIS
       ttyplay [-s SPEED] [-n] [-p] file

DESCRIPTION
       Ttyplay plays the tty session in	file, which was	recorded previously by
       ttyrec(1).

       When -p option is given,	ttyplay	output the file	as it grows.  It means
       that you	can see	the "live" shell session running by another user.

       If  you hit any key during playback, it will go right to	the next char-
       acter typed.  This is handy when	examining sessions where a user	spends
       a lot of	time at	a prompt.

       Additionally, there are some special keys defined:

       + or f
	       double the speed	of playback.

       - or s
	       halve the speed of playback.

       1      set playback to speed 1.0	again.

OPTIONS
       -s SPEED
	      multiple the playing speed by SPEED (default is 1).

       -n     no wait mode.  Ignore the	timing information in file.

       -p     peek another person's tty	session.

SEE ALSO
       script(1), ttyrec(1), ttytime(1)

								    TTYPLAY(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | SEE ALSO

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