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On Sat, Nov 06, 2004 at 11:46:04PM +0100, Silvan Villiger wrote:
> I've started to learn scripting in linux. But I have some troubles
> understandig the redirection of the streams. I tried to test whether
> a directory already exists using the ls command (didn't find a
> bether solution) and whenever ls doesn't find such a directory it
> writes an error to the error-stream (I think) which still occurs on
> the shell calling the script if I pipe the output of ls in the
> script to another program.
> Another example I had, was when I tried to compile a latex-file in a
> script. How can i prevent it from writing compiling-informations to
> the shell which started the script?
> I'm sorry if this are newbie-questions, but... I am a newbie :-).
> And I really have red a lot of guides, but there are so many
> informations out there...
> Greetings... Silvan
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- From: Silvan Villiger <firstname.lastname@example.org>