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Re: Another system management tool to disappear.

On 1/09/2015 11:08 PM, The Wanderer wrote:
>> > west!david 12:22:14 ~ $ diff -U0 VC-login-*[ey]
>> > --- VC-login-jessie     2015-08-31 11:34:23.476573261 -0500
>> > +++ VC-login-wheezy     2015-08-31 11:38:11.000000000 -0500
> How did you get these files? I haven't been able to come up with a way
> to get a dump of the exact text that is on a console, short of manually
> typing it into an editor (probably on another computer, for
> convenience's sake). Parts of it are logged, but not as far as I can
> tell into a single file, and I would actively expect that the text I'm
> objecting to would get logged separately (if at all) in any case.

conspy perhaps ?

# aptitude show conspy
Thursday 3 September 19:02:30 AEST 2015 -- show conspy
Package: conspy
State: not installed
Version: 1.8-2
Priority: optional
Section: admin
Maintainer: Russell Stuart <russell-debian@stuart.id.au>
Architecture: amd64
Uncompressed Size: 67.6 k
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.5), libncurses5 (>= 5.5-5~), libtinfo5
Description: Remote control of Linux virtual consoles
 Conspy allows a (possibly remote) user to see what is displayed on a
Linux virtual console, and send keystrokes to it.  It is rather like
VNC, but where VNC takes control of a GUI
 conspy takes control of a text mode virtual console.  Unlike VNC,
conspy does not require a server to be installed prior to being used.
Homepage: http://www.stuart.id.au/russell/files/conspy/


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