I wanted to record a linux session so I could use it as documentation for a "how to install" guide. I found something on the internet that suggested that the script command would be good for this, and so I started it and ran through my installation.
Of course, I didn't read closely enough to realize that the script command actually records keystrokes, so when I go to create my documentation it's full of lines that look like this:
$ make test[K[K[K[Kinstall[1@s[1@u[1@d[1@o[1@
I know that I can use script replay to play the script back, but what I really want to do is run something like scriptreplay but pipe the list of commands that would get executed to a file (I don't want to actually run them).
Is this possible?
I know about the history command, which I probably should have used instead, but I don't have access to the session's history anymore.