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Redirecting output

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If you want to redirect stdout (e.g. to a file), you just append > filename to your command. To do the same to stderr, append 2> filename. For both stdout and stderr, append &> filename.

However, if you want to redirect stdout to a file but also see the output on your terminal, you should append | tee filename.

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Written by azimout

10/06/2010 at 12:13

Posted in Howto

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