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How to get console terminal output text

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I have looked a lot trying to get this to work.
 I have a terminal console window of a program putty running on a server. How can I get all the text from that window so that i can process the output of the server and send input to the server?
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You could have a shared folder, via samba for example. The windows process would write in that folder, and the linux process would check if that certain file exists.

However, if what you are trying to do is to get the output of a certain command from the server, you can do the following, for example

sh your_command.sh > your_output.txt
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