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Re: compiling `hello'

On Wed, 27 Nov 1996 10:04:50 +0100 Santiago Vila Doncel 
(sanvila@ctv.es) wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Nov 1996, Philippe Troin wrote:
> > I hit the problem too... You must run dpkg-shlibdeps (ie the build
> > process) from a tty which has an entry in utmp. That is an xterm for
> > example. Running it from say an emacs shell buffer will cause the above
> > error because emacs doesn't register the tty 
> > it uses...
> Oops, now I realized I didn't tell all the truth, sorry.
> I was using the `script' command (on console), to log all the messages
> appearing on screen. May this be the reason?
> Assuming that not using `script' would solve the problem, is there any
> other way to log all the messages?

I've checked script, and yes, it does open a new pty/tty pair, which 
explains your problem.
You can try (assuming you're using bash):
	bash -i 2>&1 | tee <script-file>
It might not work as expected, but for simple tasks, it should be ok.


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