Create a record of your login session, storing in
file everything that displays on your screen.
The default file is called
typescript. script records nonprinting characters as
control characters and includes prompts. This command is useful
for beginners or for saving output from a time-consuming
Append the script record to file.
Run command instead of creating an interactive shell. Useful for capturing the output of a command that acts differently when it's connected to a terminal.
Flush output after each write. Useful if another person is monitoring the output file.
Operate in quiet mode.
Write timing data to standard error. Each entry has two fields: the first is the elapsed time since the last output, and the second is the number of characters in the current output.