Re: Basic bash question.
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joseph lockhart wrote:
> Luis Maceira <email@example.com> wrote: How can I see all the messages generated by
> a bash command (configure make make install,
> for example) to standard output(computer screen),
> and at the same time make sure that all is
> written to a text file for later analysis.
> It is a redirection but I don´t know how to make
> both things happen at the same time.
> Is that possible?With all the bash commands?
> Without GUI(X),all command line environment.
> I would try
> some command && some command > some file
> or with a practical example
> weather slo && weather slo > weather
> the && is the "and" command for bash
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Only useful if the command doesn't take that long to run.. or if it'll
produce the same output twice, i'll bet the log of `make' the second
time round is thrilling if all goes well....
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