Scriptreplay can be used to replay recorded session recorded by the linux/unix "script" tool. This project also provides tools to setup auditable shell sessions.
Installation: Add the tools "scriptreplay" and "record-script-session" to your PATH environment
cd ~ git clone email@example.com:scoopex/scriptreplay_ng.git echo '$HOME/scriptreplay_ng:$PATH' >> ~/.bashrc exec bash
record-script-session record-script-session "<sessioname>"
scriptreplay -t timing typescript scriptreplay -t ~/.script/2014-07-21/2014-07-21_09-42-46-crontab/timing.gz ~/.script/2014-07-21/2014-07-21_09-42-46-crontab/typescript.gz
NAME scriptreplay - play back typescript of terminal session SYNOPSIS scriptreplay -h|--help scriptreplay [-a|--accelerate <num>] [-t|--timing <timingfile>] <typescript> DESCRIPTION scriptreplay replays a typescript of a terminal session; optionally, using timing data to ensure realistic typing and output delays. The timing data consists of two fields, separated by a space. The first field indicates how much time elapsed since the previous output. The second field indicates how many characters were output this time. *typescript* is the path to the typescript file. If the file *typescript*.timing exists then it is automatically used as timing data file. Use parameter -t or --timing to specify an alternative timing data file. This version of scriptreplay supports reading of compressed *typescript* files. If *timingfile* is not specified, scriptreplay tries to open a timing data file that uses the same compression algorithm as *typescript*. The decompression method is determined by examining the file extension of the *typescript* file. Recognized file extensions of compressed *typescript* files are: "bz2", "gz", "lz" or "lzma". Controlling the playback * "-" or "d" decreases display speed. * "+" or "i" increases display speed. * "s" or "p" pauses the playback; and "c" continues again. * "f" or "q" stops the playback and exits scriptreplay. Pressing any other key jumps to the next output (useful if there is no output activity due to a long delay). OPTIONS -a, --accelerate *num* Accelerates timing by factor *num*. *num* must be greater than 0. A *num* value less than 1 slows down the playback speed; and a value greater than 1 increases the playback speed. -t, --timing *timingfile* Specify the file path to the timing data file. EXAMPLES Create a new typescript with timing data user@caladan:~$ script -t typescript 2>typescript.timing Script started, file is typescript user@caladan:~$ ls ... user@caladan:~$ exit Script done, file is typescript Replay a typescript user@arrakis:~$ scriptreplay typescript user@caladan:~$ ls ... user@caladan:~$ exit scriptreplay: typescript time (normal): 14 seconds ( 0 minutes) scriptreplay: typescript time (accel) : 1 seconds ( 0 minutes) NOTES The playback might not work properly if the typescript contains output from applications that have been recorded with different termio settings and/or terminal window sizes. COPYRIGHT This program is in the public domain. AUTHORS Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> Marc Schoechlin <email@example.com> Hendrik Brueckner <firstname.lastname@example.org> SEE ALSO script(1), bzcat(1), zcat(1), lzcat(1)