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Re: [vox-tech] copy and paste from Konsole?
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Re: [vox-tech] copy and paste from Konsole?

On Wed, May 15, 2002 at 05:48:18PM -0700, Alexandra Thorn wrote:
> Could anyone very quickly tell me how to copy and paste text from the KDE
> Konsole to a file I can save (or else, how to save the Konsole text to
> file directly)?  Been working on something for over an hour, and would
> like to go home and get dinner, but don't want to lose the record of what
> I did.

Rod and Bill already answered your question, but for future reference, when
you know you will need a log of your work in a terminal, try 'script
<filename>'. You will get a new shell, and all terminal output until you type
exit (or control-d) will be saved in <filename>. :-)

Henry House
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