Okay, I'm still trying to workaroung getting a loud BELL everytime there is
an error n my expect/telnet script. The script works well except for this.
I posted a question a few days ago asking if anyone knew how to avoid gettng
the BELL everytime expect gets an error. One of the suggestions is
interesting. Someone suggested using "exec telnet.exe" rather than "spawn
telnet.exe". The poster said that I could possible use exec because it
supports redirection and at the sane time I could use telnet interacrively
with expect. Well, how do I do ths? Does anyone else have a suggestion how
to avoid the BELL when expect gets an error. (or a million bells if there
are a million erros).
1) exec telnet.exe 2> errorFile.txt
Result doesn't work this gets error "child process ..."
2) exec telnet.exe 2> errorFile.txt &
This runs it in the background but how do I send a command through expect
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