I think for the linux command, the pipeline: $ command1 | command2 | command3 will execute with sequence command1 -> command2 -> command3. But what about using tee: $ command1 | tee >(command2) ...
From some time usually record long outputs with tee to later less them, this is awesome to review configure and make outputs and such, but fails when the script or program is installation like, asking ...
I'm using | sudo tee FILENAME to be able to write or append to a file for which superuser permissions are required quite often. Although I understand why it is helpful in some situation, that tee ...
I want to use netcat as a proxy to log http requests and responses to files, then tail these to inspect traffic. Think wireshark. Tried the following where 'fifo' is a named pipe, 'in' and 'out' are ...
I have an issue running through log files. I'm looking to use ls to create a list of files in the log directory and grep to run through for the specific instances/times the file ran. I only want to ...
some_source | (tee /dev/stderr | sink_1) 2>&1 | sink_2 Seems to fail. How to do it right without of any temporaries?