I am wondering about some bash environment setting here: is it possible to set stdout of bash as a pipe to /bin/more? You know, like using vi as editor for your commands it should be possible to avoid using Ctrl-PgUp or Ctrl-PgDown for looking on all the output (by default).
To be more specific: I don't want to pipe the output of a single command to more like:
$> ls | more a b c ... --more--
BUT: pipe any output of my current session to more, so to get either all output printet as usual just beneath the prompt - or if it's too much, screen-wise.
# automatically piped to more: $> ls a b c ... --more--
Is there any bash-built-in to accomplish this?
EDIT: I wasn't specific enough, sorry for that: I am aware of "script" and command grouping like
(cmdA; cmdB) | less
What I really would like is to automatically avoid getting a 100 page output at once but instead have a more-like behavior of bash'es stdout. As could be accomplished by adding
2>&1 | more
to all commands entered on command promt - just automatically.