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TTYREC(1)		    General Commands Manual		     TTYREC(1)

NAME
       ttyrec -	a tty recorder

SYNOPSIS
       ttyrec [-a][-u] [file]

DESCRIPTION
       Ttyrec  is a tty	recorder.  It is a derivative of script(1) command for
       recording timing	information with microsecond accuracy as well.	It can
       record emacs -nw, vi, lynx, or any programs running on tty.

       Ttyrec  invokes	a shell	and records the	session	until the shell	exits.
       Recorded	data can be played back	with ttyplay(1).  If the argument file
       is  given,  the	session	 will  be  recorded  in	that file.  Otherwise,
       ttyrecord is used as default.

OPTIONS
       -a     Append the output	to file	or ttyrecord, rather than  overwriting
	      it.

       -u     With  this  option,  ttyrec  automatically calls uudecode(1) and
	      saves its	output when uuencoded data appear on the session.   It
	      allow  you  to  transfer	files  from remote host.  You can call
	      ttyrec with this option, login to	the  remote  host  and	invoke
	      uuencode(1) on it	for the	file you want to transfer.

       -e command
	      Invoke command when ttyrec starts.

ENVIRONMENT
       SHELL  If the variable SHELL exists, the	shell forked by	ttyrec will be
	      that shell.  If it's not	set,  the  Bourne  shell  is  assumed.
	      (Most shells set this variable automatically).

SEE ALSO
       script(1), ttyplay(1), ttytime(1), uuencode(1), uudecode(1)

								     TTYREC(1)

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