I want to set my terminal up so stderr is printed in a different color than stdout; maybe red. This would make it easier to tell the two apart. Is there a way to configure this in .bashrc? If not, is ...
I am starting my application in the background using nohup as mentioned below - root@phx5qa01c:/bezook# nohup java -jar ./exhibitor-1.5.1/lib/exhibitor-1.5.1-jar-with-dependencies.jar -c file ...
Let us say I redirect the STDOUT, STDERR of a program to files. ./script.sh 1> output.log 2> error.log Can the running program find this out i.e. know the paths to these files?
I wanted to capture to a file the errors being returned on the command line from grep. For example, grep foo.lookup No such file in directory I want to output that to a log file. This is my shell ...
In bash: $ echo hi 2>&1 1>/dev/null | cat $ While in zsh: $ echo hi 2>&1 1>/dev/null | cat hi $ Is there a way to pipe only standard error while redirecting standard out?
Using bash, how do I copy stderr and stdout to a log file and also leave them displayed on the console? I would like to do this within the script itself using an exec. I tried with exec ...
I have this simple script which redirects the output and append it to a file. filename="/home/ronnie/tmp/hello" date=$(date) echo "$date" >> $filename Now, lets suppose I change date=$(date) ...
I have an individual.sh script that pipes standard error to a grep command, like this: FOUND=$(tesseract "$i" out -psm 0 |& grep -ci 'Orientation in degrees: [^0]') If I run the script like ...