[sudo-users] Sudoreplay "linear" text output?
Todd C. Miller
Todd.Miller at sudo.ws
Thu Mar 8 06:16:21 MST 2018
On Thu, 08 Mar 2018 07:41:33 -0500, Thor Lancelot Simon wrote:
> I have an application where I need users to record and approve each
> others' sudo session logs. I've had a few requests for "plain text"
> output like what we'd get from script(1), rather than the time-accurate
> (or sped up) output sudoreplay gives by default.
> I realize this will do screwy things with any kind of full-screen
> program. Still, it would be nice to have for reviewing long shell
> sessions, etc.
> I don't see an obvious way to get this, looking at the sudoreplay manpage,
> but maybe I'm missing something. Is there an easy way to produce this
> kind of output already, before I look at adding one?
If you use the -m option with a negative number it will effectively
skip the pauses. Alternately, you could just gzcat the ttyout file
from in the timestamp directory. It is just a plain gzip file.
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