If I have a pipe like
cat /dev/somedevice | grep 'test' that output commands, like for example
echo 'test 17', the commands appear in realtime (everytime
/dev/somedevice delivers some line). If I however pipe the commands to
sh, they won't be invoked imediately because of pipe buffering. So
cat /dev/somedevice | grep 'test' | sh
wont execute commands in realtime.
Is there any other way that would? With
xargs or something?