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Old 02-03-2017, 03:24 PM
bgagnon bgagnon is offline
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Hi mkrishna,

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I recently switched to Ubuntu from Windows. I never had a problem with logging the current session on Windows (7). While running it on Ubuntu and after doing the necessary settings (Session Options -> Terminal -> Log File -> Log file name), I see that the file size is going back to zero when I try to access it.
Please clarify the "I see that the file size is going back to zero when I try to access it" part of the above statement.

First, you *are* enabling logging at some point, correct?

Either Start log upon connect is enabled (in Log File category), or you choose Log Session from the File menu?

If so, are you saying that initially this file shows > 0 bytes while capturing output?

But when you open it in a text editor, it's empty?


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Is this a known problem on Ubuntu and/or the current SecureCRT release? I tried capturing a "raw log", that didn't work either.
As a note, v8.1 is the current SecureCRT release.

Again, I need clarification of what you mean by "didn't work either" and verification you are enabling logging at some point, not just configuring the log file name.
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