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where should I put the sudo in this command? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on echo "some words" >> /etc/apt/source.list permission denied sudo echo "some words" >> ...
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bash: /dev/stderr: Permission denied

After upgrading to a new release version, my bash scripts start spitting errors: bash: /dev/stderr: Permission denied in previous versions Bash would internally recognize those file names (which is ...
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Why can't sudo redirect stdout to /etc/file, but sudo 'nano' or 'cp' can?

Why does redirection, using sudo give me an error for the following commands? $ sudo printf "foo" >/etc/file bash: /etc/file: Permission denied $ sudo printf "foo" ~/file; cat ~file ...
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How do I append text to a write protected file [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on I am trying to append a line of text to a write protected file. I tried to accomplish this with sudo ...
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Execute a line of commands with one sudo

For example if I want to create a file and enter text in one line I can redirect the output into a file with the use of the > operator: echo "something" > /path/foobar but if I don't have ...
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How do I use redirection with sudo [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on Yeah I could (and probably will) just escalate to root, but I'd like to know why this doesn't work? ...
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Why can I copy files to, but not create files in, this directory? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on I'm trying to create an md5sum for an ISO image created with the Ubuntu Customization Kit tools. The ...
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Using sudo in openSUSE without actually changing to root user (i.e., like in Ubuntu)

I recently started trying openSUSE 12.3 after having used Ubuntu for a few years. I'm still getting used to openSUSE's treatment of su (and sudo) vs. Ubuntu's use of sudo. I've been reading the ...
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permission denied when redirecting sudo sed output [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on I'm trying to install drupal according to the instructions given in this tutorial: ...
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Ubuntu 11.04 and large external drives

I have a Hitachi USB external 3 terabyte drive attached to a Dell Precision T1500. When connected to the computer running Ubuntu 11.04 (2.6.38-11-generic #50-Ubuntu SMP Mon Sep 12 21:17:25 UTC 2011 ...
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Unable to write to a GPIO pin despite file permissions on /sys/class/gpio/gpio18/value

This is on a Raspberry Pi. Here's the output of sudo ls -lL /sys/class/gpio/gpio18: -rwxrwx--- 1 root gpio 4096 Mar 8 10:50 active_low -rwxrwx--- 1 root gpio 4096 Mar 8 10:52 ...
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Script with root permission [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on I am creating a script to change the brightness of my laptop. I discovered that I can do this using ...
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sudo here-document / concatenation? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on I'm new i'm trying to learn shell scripting. Is there a way to force a concatenation and override ...
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Redirecting output in the shell, permissions

I have a question about permissions. Distro: Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.4 (squeeze) So I have a folder with a php script in it. Both folder and file are owned by User1 If I do this: php script.php I ...
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Root user can't do everything? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Redirecting stdout to a file you don’t have write permission on I'm quite new to Linux and I have a permissions questions. I'm using Linux Mint. If I go to /opt and do ...

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