stdin is the name of the default input file descriptor of a process. Since there is really nothing special about `stdin`, you *should not* use this tag. Use [tag:io-redirection] for questions on how to redirect input, use [tag:file-descriptors] for questions on how to manage file descriptors, use [...

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Run vsim from dmenu — it only works when directly invoked in the terminal

Works: vsim, sh -c vsim Doesn't work: echo "vsim" | sh, echo "vsim" | xargs -I {} sh -c "{}" I want to run ModelSim (vsim) with dmenu, which is triggered using xbindkeys. Details vsim is a ...
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Cygwin - tail stops reading input pipe after first write

I have the following script to run my application in Ubuntu with redirecting its input (where $in is named pipe which is used to send text lines to stdin). tail -f "$in" | "$app_bin" $app_args & ...
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Archive Manager doesn't show file with the name “-”

Given that I made a .zip file by piping from stdin like this: $ echo foo | zip temp.zip - This produces an archive OK (with the data in a file named "-"): $ unzip -t temp.zip Archive: temp.zip ...
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Text replace literally *all* instances of a string through stdin, stdout

Linux, or specifically Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server if necessary (and CENTOS 6.5/7 minimal would be nice). If I enter "FOO" at the command line, (regardless of whether as a word or as a substring), I'd ...
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save outputs and errors to external file from lxterminal

I run compiled python program like this on my linux box (runs automatically after start lxterminal LXDE lxsession autostart): @lxterminal -e sudo /home/user/app.exe > /home/user/app.out 2>&...
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stdin read notification

I want to detect when/if an application issues read(stdin, ...). Is it possible to use unbuffered I/O so that I could wait on write in external process? The problem: Some commands require user input ...