I want to thanks everybody that I've answered to my question.
The most popular answer was the option -l or -lf or the
and select log to file.
Some peoples suggest me to use tee and script.
use the 'script' command to save a session's o/p to a file. When u run
'script' it exec's another shell & starts writing all o/p to a file.
filename is 'typescript' by default, but you can specify 'script
while starting). Remeber to exit out of this shell once you are done.
Philip Hurvitz <email@example.com>
csh -iv |& tee out_file
Josee Robichaud, M.Sc. Unix System Administrator Réseau Internet Québec Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org (418)521.2884 (Voice)/(418)522.2602 (Fax) (514)875-5351 (Voice) http://www.riq.qc.ca
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