On 16/10/17 13:15, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Can anyone help with the following, please ?
> How do I save output (several screens' worth) into a file ?
> I am using the c shell.
> I tried:
> pulseaudio -vv > pulseaudio-output
> but that didn't work (just an empty file created). I also tried to just
> view it one screen at a time (which I'd then cut and paste into an
> email) using:
That's because the output of pulseaudio -vv is being sent to stderr, not
stdout. > redirects the standout output stream to a file. You need to
redirect stderr, like so:
csh is a bad shell that can't redirect stderr by itself to a file, but
you can send both stdout and stderr to a file like so:
$ pulseaudio -vv >& pulseaudio-output
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