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answered Solaris: a simple script does not work, single command does
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comment How do erase the contents of a error.log file but keep the file intact
@davidkonrad: You would have to already be root for the redirection to work since it's performed before sudo takes effect. Or you can do sudo bash -c '>error.log'
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comment Linux Shell: Copy output into clipboard w/o using the Mouse?
@brauliobo: I presume klipper is a clipboard viewer. Try cat file | xclip -selection clipboard Without the extra arguments, xclip copies into the primary (middle-click-paste) clipboard instead of the Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V/right-click-context-menu clipboard.
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comment Linux Shell: Copy output into clipboard w/o using the Mouse?
@brauliobo: It doesn't work in what way, exactly? Error message? Misbehavior? Magnetic field anomalies?
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comment Linux Shell: Copy output into clipboard w/o using the Mouse?
@brauliobo: Where's "here"? Seriously, what do you mean? It doesn't work in what way, exactly?
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