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Oct
16
reviewed Approve How can I delete all lines in a file using vi?
Oct
16
reviewed Approve How can I delete all lines in a file using vi?
Oct
16
comment How can I find out if a problem with the USB ports in my laptop is due to hardware or software?
also, do you see any output when running lsusb?
Oct
14
awarded  Good Question
Oct
11
comment Is there a supposed way of installing several versions of a program on linux?
Correct. Almost all software distributed as source code support this. If they don't, you can always point to the compiled binaries (wirhout make install) with the PATH variable.
Oct
8
comment w command for the other network hosts
I doubt there's something built in. Neither is rwho, I think.... I haven't come across it before and it is not installed by default on my distro (Arch)
Oct
8
reviewed Approve Need to automate file transfer from linux server to windows shared folder
Oct
8
revised Make mount not list “dummy” filesystems (like df)
df -h
Oct
8
answered Make mount not list “dummy” filesystems (like df)
Oct
7
answered w command for the other network hosts
Oct
6
answered Is there a supposed way of installing several versions of a program on linux?
Oct
3
awarded  Enthusiast
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
reviewed Approve Difference between fsfreeze and lvm snapshot
Sep
30
reviewed Approve Is FreeBSD's “sh” shell vulnerable to Shellshock?
Sep
28
comment User that can be accessed only from other user account
Please elaborate what exactly you have tried yesterday. This will help produce good answers.
Sep
28
reviewed Approve User that can be accessed only from other user account
Sep
28
revised ag output appears different in the terminal vs when piped to a file
added source code
Sep
28
answered ag output appears different in the terminal vs when piped to a file
Sep
28
comment Terminal output from a program not opened in terminal
I doubt there is a generic answer to this question as it depends on the program you're using. Some GUI programs log to stdout/stderr (that's what you're seeing), others write into log files (you can follow them at any time, e.g. with tail -f /var/log/messages). What do you have in mind?