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I start putty from a linux terminal.When it starts/invoked i set the serial line and the speed option. I want to capture what ever that is shown on the putty to a file after doing the above.How to do this by using a command during invoking the putty from the terminal.

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Not sure if this is exactly what you're after, but check the "script" command in linux. It might do the job - works fine with native ssh.

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Putty has a -log option, that works for me.

putty -log logfile
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