[CentOS] Command line logging program suggestions?

Rob Lines rlinesseagate at gmail.com
Fri Jun 20 12:57:15 UTC 2008

I am looking for an app that would run from the terminal and would emulate a
bash shell (or pass everything to the shell) that would allow me to set a
log file and then record all my input and the output to the screen from the
commands.  As an added bonus if it would allow me to run it from two
terminals (or more) on the same machine and log all the input and output to
the same file while still displaying it on the screen that would be great.
The goal being that when making changes or diagnosing a problem it can
sometimes become hard to tell what command came when especially when you
have more than one termial session open.  While using putty with a really
large buffer helps it doesn't deal well with the two terminal issue or
disconnected sessions.

Anyone know of an app like this or any suggestions that could be added to my
bashrc to provide the functionality?

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