Shelr is a service which allows you to record and replay and publish your terminal on http://shelr.tv. This can be useful when you need to provide instruction on how a task was accomplished to a client. Granted, you will not want to publish any sensitive info when using this tool. The code for Shelr.tv service is also available on github.
On ubuntu older than precise or debian older than wheezy you should also add following to your
Watch asciicast for details 🙂
You can watch them online at http://shelr.tv/
Recording your terminal
When you have some asciicasts at your machine you can pick one:
shelr push ID
There is alias for last record:
If you want private record, provide –private switch:
tool from linux-utils. It’s already installed if You use Linux. Note that old school BSD
wich lack timing support. If You use this systems – install
via ports macprots or homebrew and setup it as recording backend.