When I run the following command:
dd if=/dev/sda of=output bs=512 count=1
In the middle of the output I see this text:
GRUB ^@Geom^@Hard Disk^@Read^@ Error^M
What does it mean?
I'm following along with the examples in Chapter 6 Redirection of The Linux Command Line (2012). I am trying to redirect the standard output of an ls command to a text file. I keep receiving a permission denied error. I'm using Ubuntu 13.04.
I am running a utility that doesn't offer a way to filter its output. Nothing in the text of the output indicates that a particular function failed but it does show in red. The output is so long that at the end when it reports some # of errors I can't always scroll to see the output where the error occurred.
How do I capture error messages from a PowerShell-launched command in a text file?
I searched the Internet for a while and found that supposedly, I should be able to do something like cmd /c "big blob of text >C:\output.txt 2>c:\errors.txt" to direct the output to output.txt and the errors to errors.txt but when I try to run the command, I get the following error:
I read how the output of a cli command and open it up in the default text editor. I lost the link to this article/blog. I kinda remember that it was using the open command to pipe the output of a command(say, ls).