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Re: No stderr output
On Thu, Jan 10, 2002 at 11:06:57PM +0000, Don Sharp wrote:
>William S Fulton wrote:
>> Anything sent to stderr does not appear on the terminal. It seems to
>> disappear into a black hole. I think it started when I was attempting to
>> redirect stdout and stderr into the same file in the same order it appears
>> on the console using something like
>> runme 1>&2 > filename
>> I tried all sorts of combinations and didn't get it to work :(
>> Any suggestions for bringing stderr back from the dead?
>For Bourne style shells I use
>runme > filename 2>&1
>This redirects stdout first and then stderr to whereever stdout is
If this doesn't do it, then I think the best plan is to find help from
another mailing list. Basic shell questions are not really appropriate
here -- especially given the recent volume we've been experiencing.
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