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running telix script from dos batch file

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I need to run a telix script .SLC from a dos Batch file in a windows XP environment.
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by:Qlemo
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Telix is pretty much old, kind of a dinosaur ...

You should be able to use the script when called like this:
telix /sScript.slc

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by:Esperon
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thanks Qlemo
i tryed and it works. BUT:
i am executing the following script:
      capturelog "c:\test.cap"
      send "rm" hitenter
      capturelog off
      exittelix

rm is sent to com1 port but it happen that the data is only displayed on the screen without being logged in the file c:\test.cap.
i need to have the requested data in the log file and not on the screen??????
any help???
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Sorry, of my bounds. Can't remember those things anymore.
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