I'm need build a shell-wrapper for logging any input on a shell.
The only problem I have is that i cant read stdin twice.
My wrapper creates a pthread executing the given shell and waits until the thread is terminated.
In this period of waiting I need to know what is going on on stdin.
I'm searching now for more than 2 days to solve this. With first attemp with python I got in the same problem.
Has anyone an Idea or even better a solution to get this working ?
>>>> Second one: striking ctrl+c terminates the wrapper.
>>¿Isn't that expected?
If I would cancel a process in the shell, it would kill the wrapper not the process I started. In general the wrapper should behave exactly like the shell started inside it. Except for the logging.
>>>> First one: the shell prompt is not forwarded
>>I don't understand what you mean.
As i wrote obove - the wrapper should behave like the shell.
I already tried to pass stdin as a pipe, but thats the same effect as piping with tee.
For both, C and Python it does work but not as intended :(
I got it working now. It was a bit tricky because I needed to modify script from util-linux first. My version now has a new Switch to log input only. In conjunction with my already existing wrapper in python I'm able to log the input to a file or to a Graylog2-Server.
Does anyone know where I can send the patch for script.c ?