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 ...
Is it possible to "call" a background process output to be shown in the terminal? Example: cron starts apt-get to update the system and I want to see the output of apt-get
I am backing a file system with ufsdump. In order to gain space in the remote file system I backup to stdout then pipe the output to compress. I find is more efficient that backuping up and then ...
I'd like make my ~/.ssh/config file dynamically generated by a shell script (or anything else that prints to STDOUT). Is there a UNIX trick to make reading a file result in executing a command & ...
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 ...