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File redirects and tees: Linux: Shells and Processes
File redirects and tees: Linux: Shells and Processes

Whenever you want to take the output of a command and save it, you can. This is a functionality built into bash. All commands have two outputs: STDOUT and STDERR. You can redirect these both individually. To redirect STDERR by redirection, use 2>. If you only want to redirect the stdout, you could without touching the STDERR.

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