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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 [tag:lock] for questions of file locking, and use [tag:files] for general questions on file operations.

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> and see the (trimmed) output: FD name ---------------- 0r /root/file 1u /dev/tty1 2u /dev/tty1 3r /dev/tty I interpret this as: stdin is /root/file. The process can only read from … process can only read from it. The question: Even though the stdin is /root/file, I can still interact with the less process (ex. typing '/' to enter search mode and search for a word). This means …
asked Oct 2 '18 by Tran Triet
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I have read books/tutorials which mention standard input/output/error. My understanding is that: standard input/output/error are concepts of a process (i.e. if someone mentions standard input/output …
asked Sep 28 '18 by Tran Triet