I have a bash script where I'm redirecting output into a file for logging. if test -t 1; then # stdout is a terminal exec > $OUTPUT_FILE 2>&1 else # stdout is not a terminal, no ...
I did a search and didn't find what I was looking for. I finally found a beginners UNIX book that I like. I am going through some examples and I notice output is generated in the home folder. I am ...
How can I split an output of a command to two terminals? one will get stdout and the other will get stderr. The best I could do is: On first terminal: bash command args 2> errors and on second ...
In Bash, I'd like to redirect stdout to a file (>> mylog.txt) but also see the stdout output on the screen.. How can I do it with bash?
What's the difference between using > and >>? How can I use both < and > (redirection operators) in a single command?
I have sshed into a linux box and I'm using dvtm and bash (although I have also tried this with Gnu screen and bash). I have two terminals, current /dev/pts/29 and /dev/pts/130. I want to redirect ...