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I have written a script which opens a new terminal using gnome-terminal. The output shown on gnome-terminal is correct. I want this output should be in some file. I have tried this:

gnome-terminal -e 'bash -c "{ /usr/local/bin/kedr_capture_trace -b ; exec bash; }"' > outputfile   &

But it's not working. The output shown by gnome-terminal is correct but not captured in outputfile.

I have tried this too:

gnome-terminal -e 'bash -c "{ /usr/local/bin/kedr_capture_trace -b ; exec bash; } > outputfile"'   &

But in this case output is not shown by gnome-terminal.

How can I do this?

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Just what is the use of a terminal that doesn't output anything to screen? – grawity May 10 '12 at 14:01
    
Yes, provide an answer to the question "What are you really trying to do?" in the original post, please. – Daniel Andersson May 10 '12 at 14:04
    
You should register your account on Super User to become owner of this question again. Suggesting edits won't help much along the way, because you can't post comments here. – slhck May 12 '12 at 17:35

The shell is responsible for file redirection, not the terminal

gnome-terminal -e 'bash -c "{ echo foo; echo bar; exec bash; } > outputfile"'
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I think the command script might be what you want.

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