On Mon, 2 Jul 2001, kosullivan_xlib Last Name wrote:
> I want to re-direct both standard error and standard output to
> files E.g if I have a command like the following
>> ls -R | grep "java" > some.file &
>> I know that the standard output will go to a file but the error
> messages like "Permission Denied" keep popping up on the screen.
because standard error is a different stream to stdin. To redirect
stderr use 2> ... (stderr is file descriptor 2) or 2>&1 which means
redirect fd 2/stderr to the same place as fd 1 / stdin.
(and i remember saying this before and kenn humborg corrected me, but
i can't remember why, so kenn, correct me.. :) )
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