$ some_command > >(/bin/cmd_for_stdout) 2> >(/bin/cmd_for_stderr) You can use [n]> combined with >(cmd) to attach the various output file descriptors to be the input of different commands.
Here\’s one of the photos that I took in last few days of the 2009. I like to call it Walk through the flower. Its a super macro of the inside of flower.
Pretty soon you you would be able to buy this photo on http://shop.amit-agarwal.co.in
- Tabs-on-top: Defaut tabs to top of UI.
- Hiding the Menu Bar: Hide the menu bar and add Page and Tools buttons.
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