I have a program which produces useful information on stdout but also reads from stdin. I want to redirect its standard output to a file without providing anything on standard input. So far, so good: I can do:
program > output
and don't do anything in the tty.
However, the problem is I want to do this in the background.
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I have a program (ISYS) that I have been using since 2006. It migrated successfully to Windows 7. Just yesterday it started manifesting this strange behavior. The program has a selector to allow you to select a directory that might have relevant files for the program. As of yesterday the program will only let me select folders on the C drive.
I would like to create a program in linux that is kicked off in the startup scripts but can be connected to (preferably by something simple like 'cat pipe' or something) that allows output from the program to be seen and input to be sent to it.
I would prefer not to have to write it as a client/server program pair as that pretty much defeats the point of kicking off the 'primary' program in my ca