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Jul
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comment How to read result from the first step of parallel?
@OleTange, HA, beautiful. Thank you very much. Could you please post your comment as regular answer -- it is not possible to mark a comment as a solution. (Gee, CO fans stroke again -- I suspect it is not possible to add answers to the question anymore).
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comment How to read result from the first step of parallel?
@don_crissti, typo, it should be RES=..... How do you merge 4 steps using first approach? One script solves the problem, but in such way, that I had to have plethora of scripts, just for connecting one program to another. This can be used for single case, but not as general solution. As I wrote, I am looking for counterpart of bash piping and/or capturing the output.
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comment How to read result from the first step of parallel?
@Gilles, I skipped script2 to test (it can be empty file) because the problem is with script1. I cannot read anything from script1, because when I run it with capture (i.e. OUTPUT=$(sh script1)) I get the error as shown in my post. In other words I can run script1 in non-capture mode, but not in capture mode. Because of this problem I didn't test further steps, because it didn't make sense.
Jul
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comment How to read result from the first step of parallel?
@Gilles, thank you for the hint, I totally updated the question and added the result of running the command.
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comment What changes my boot partition and how to prevent it?
Thank you for explanation, but this proves my point -- boot is not mounted as you shown, it is mount in other way, and this "other way" triggers the change (probably). So checking regular mounting does not tell anything about actual booting. I just checked again, mount times are updated again (after reboot).
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comment What changes my boot partition and how to prevent it?
Hmm, so I suppose there is semi-mount during booting or something like that (and that is altering partition), because fstab is not freely available until the boot process is started and the root partition is mounted. Or in other words -- you need to have /boot fully operational, before you even get access to fstab which will tell how the access to boot is defined.