|multi-terminal bash (split intput / output)
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|Author:||caibbor [ Fri May 07, 2010 2:44 pm ]|
|Post subject:||multi-terminal bash (split intput / output)|
this is basically what I'm doing:
bash 0<in 1>out 2>out &
and from another terminal I can `cat > in`
that way I get a bash process with separate terminals for input and output.
the problem is, Ican't figure out why bash won't output it's prompt ([email protected] #)...
is there some other kind of file descriptor that bash outputs that kind of thing to, or does it just know when it's outputing to non-standard output and just skip it?
|Author:||caibbor [ Sun May 09, 2010 12:50 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: multi-terminal bash (split intput / output)|
edited top post for clarity
edit: found an answer
well when you run a bash script the script does not output prompts either, does it? so yes, bash knows...
if you want to force it, try bash -i and/or bash -l - see the manpage for interactive/login shells
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