Tips To Fix The Standard Csh Redirection Error
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In this guide, we describe several possible causes that can lead to a standard csh redirect error, and then suggest some potential solutions that you can try to resolve the issue.
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csh is probably much more restrictive than stalking when This is about file redirection. In
csh , you can pass
stdout using the normal
> operator. You and your family can use
stdout and also redirect
> & operator, you can use
stdout pipe > and
stderr with your current
| & but there is no operator to redirect only
How do I redirect a shell script to a file?
Use the chsh command to change the shell directly to / bin / sh or / usr / local / bin / bash to use style 2> redirection. csh and tcsh cannot separately redirect standard output to errors, but> & concentrate the combined output to full output. +1 and.
The workaround is to always run the most important command in a subshell and find
stdout in the correct folder in that subshell (
/ dev / null in this particular case) then use the driver < code> | & to redirect
stderr in a subshell to the next request in the main shell file.
(instructions)> / dev / null | & grep "^ [^ -]"> & / tmp / fl
stdout was redirected to
/ dev / null in our own subshell, the
| & is denoted as
2> & 1 when collected – since
stdout is rejected in a subshell, nothing is written to
stdout Never hit the pipe.
answered Aug 14, 2015 at 14:12
Philip Gonçalves Philip
If you don't mind hybridizing stdout and stderr in a pipeline, you can
command | & grep "^ [^ -]"> & / tmp / fl
How to redirect cshshell standard output to a file?
Cshshell was never known for its extensive file descriptor management capabilities in these redirection processes. You can redirect the 2 main stdout and errors to a new file with: xxx> & filename To be honest, not exactly what your company wanted to redirect the stdout related standard errors.
(command> / dev / null) | & grep "^ [^ -]"> & / tmp / fl
which splits stdout on a path to zero, then directs stdout, and even stderr just returnsstderr as content.
replied on Aug 14, 2015 at 2:12 pm
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