In computing, tee is a command in various command-line interpreters (shells) such as Unix shells, 4DOS/4NT and Windows PowerShell, which displays or pipes the output of a command and copies it into a file or a variable. It is primarily used in conjunction with pipes and filters.
echo FRAMEBUFFER=y | sudo tee /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/splash
I opened the
conf.d folder in Nautilus, but there wasn't a splash file. I hit Ctrl+H, but still no splash file. I expected
FRAMEBUFFER=y to be inside a splash file inside the conf.d directory, but instead of that a resume file is in the
conf.d directory with a completely different line which is:
Is this going to be a problem?