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

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How to limit the number of lines a command's output has available in bash?

I started downloading a big file in the background using $ nohup wget http://example.tld/big.iso & which also gives me a nohup.out file that includes the output of wget. Now, if I later want ...
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Is there a way to execute a native binary from a pipe?

echo 'main(){}' | gcc -xc - -o /dev/stdout | ??? Is there a way to run the output binary on a unix-like system? EDIT: I needed it to run the output of g++ in a sandboxed environment where I can't ...
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How to send stderr to stdout with a pipe to another command?

I'm trying to capture all of the output of a build operation, and send it to myprogram. I seem to only be able to capture part of it. This is what I'm trying: make clean && make ...
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Display output to console while grep is used

In vim I use the following command to compile a tex file: pdflatex\ \-file\-line\-error\ \-shell\-escape\ \-interaction=nonstopmode\ $*\\\|\ grep\ \-P\ ':\\d{1,5}:\ ' this works in terms of getting ...
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Printing file content with grep

Is it possible to print to the console all file content using only grep command? (wihtout cat, less, echo, more...)
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Is it possible to “fork” STDOUT to two different locations? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a way in bash to redirect output and still have it go to stdout? Let's say I do: ps -ef | grep httpd to see if apache is running or not, but I also want to ...