Title: How to clear Linux to redirect standard error?

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I want to redirect standard output and standard error into a single file in Linux. How to redirect Linux standard error or stderr?

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Title: How to clear Linux to redirect standard error?

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Using redirection, one can change both the standard input and output of the devices. Basic flow a Linux command is to take input and give an output.

  • Standard input(stdin)
  • Standard output(stdout)
  • Standard error(stderr)
  • The redirection operator for standard input(stdin) is “command < file”
  • The redirection operator for standard output(stdout) is   “command >file”
  • The Command to redirect the standard output file and standard error:

Command &> filename.txt

  • The Command to append stderr and stdout:

Command &>> filename.txt

  • The Command to redirect the output to a file:

Command > filename.txt

  • The Command to append redirected output file:

Command >> filename.txt

  • The Command for displaying stderr and stdout on the monitor screen :

Command 2>&1 |tee  filename.txt

  • The Command for displaying the only stdout :

Command >&1 |tee  filename.txt

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