Stdout is the standard output stream is the default destination of regular output for applications.

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zcat | head : write error from large gz file

I was trying zcat to get only the first 1M lines of a compressed .gzip file into a new one. However, I get the following error: $ zcat path/to/R2.fq.gz | head -100 >R2.fqtest head: write error: ...
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How do I output a variable without changing if it has a newline or not in a shell script?

I have a shell script that takes input from another shell script. The stream gets piped in on stdin. I need to capture all the bytes of the stdin stream to a single variable in the shell script. ...
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ffprobe: selecting from time until the next IFrame

I'm using ffprobe to get a set a set of frames starting from one IFrame to the next. ffprobe "<file>.MP4" -select_streams v -show_frames -read_intervals 30.031 When I'm done processing this ...
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tmux freezed pane in copy-mode

tmux seems to have a limit on scroll backs buffer and block my process when it is full. Any method to prevent accidental blocking of process? Maybe auto quite the copy-mode when I disconnect? How to ...
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How can I view the stdout output from an app that I double-click?

How can I view the stdout output from an app that I double-click or use the open -a command to launch? You used to be able to view it (in real time) in the Console app, but it seems that in 10.9.3 ...
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nmap buffering output, any way to get faster output?

I'm running nmap against the 256 IPs on my local network. $ nmap -sS -p 80,8080,443,8888 192.168.1.1/24 | less I'd like interactive output piped to less, that I can view as the scan progresses. ...
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remove permission spam for find is not working tcsh enviroment

Hello this question is asked a lot like here: However, my environment on (csh or tcsh) seems to add a space but I can't figure out why. for instance, on bash: find /. -user `whoami` 2>/dev/null ...
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Shell hangs after passing STDIN to EDITOR with -w parameter

I want to edit svn's svn:ignore property: svn propedit svn:ignore . This doesn't work: None of the environment variables SVN_EDITOR, VISUAL or EDITOR is set, and no 'editor-cmd' run-time ...
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stdout error using cross-compiled gpg

I compiled gnupg(ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/gnupg/gnupg-1.4.16.tar.bz2) for an armv5l processor using the ulibc cross compiler ...
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bash: redirect the stderr/stdout of a running process?

I have a running process running in a bash terminal that is printing some prompt, and I would like to send it to the background with the stderr/stdout prompt that is printing either redirected to ...
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STDOUT redirection to a file does not work if Groovy script run directly from command line (.groovy in PATHEXT)

I've updated the title, please see update below for the reason. I have asked this question on Stackoverflow, but still didn't receive an answer. Groovy: redirect stdout to a file does not work. ...
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user crontabs don't work, only /etc/crontab

Hi when I use the command crontab -e to set up cron, the commands get triggered (according to syslog) but nothing happens. Also if I run sudo crontab -e. The only way to actually get cron working ...