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Learn Linux, 101: Streams, pipes, and redirects

Search result description:Oct 14, 2009 ... If you think streams and pipes make a Linux expert sound like a plumber, here's
your chance to learn about them and how to redirect and split ...

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Using pipes to load data in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

Search result description:Feb 18, 2010 ... In UNIX and Linux environments, you can create named pipes using the mkfifo
command. You can then use the pipe with the DB2 LOAD ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Text streams and filters

Search result description:Jan 26, 2010 ... Study for the Linux Professional Institute Certification (LPIC) 101 ... Listing 1
shows how to pipe the output of echo to sort a small list of words.

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Linux bash command line tips and tricks - Part I (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Oct 14, 2012 ... Most of the people who use Linux on regular basis tend to use command ... of a
command can be piped to some other command using pipe |.

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Connection to UNIX or Linux systems fails with 'Broken pipe' message

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Speaking UNIX: Peering into pipes

Search result description:Nov 3, 2009 ... The pipe operator connects one UNIX command to another to create ... and
portable to multiple UNIX variants, such as Linux® and Mac OS X.

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Linux utilities to load DB2 tables from tape via named pipe - IBM

Search result description:May 3, 2006 ... I was working with a customer who couldn't load some data on tape, created on
DB2 for zVM, into DB2 for zSeries Linux. I didn't have ...

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Pinned topic Redirect CLP output to Named Pipe - IBM

Search result description:May 18, 2006 ... ... DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows betas >‎ Redirect CLP output to ... DB2's
Command Line Processor SQL statement, into a Named Pipe.

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dW:Linux:command substitution vs Pipes - IBM

Search result description:Hello,<br /> <br /> I am reading some Linux guide and wondering why the
following pipe does not work:<br /> <br /> cat &lt;filename&gt; | ls -l<br /> <br />
While ...

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UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits

Search result description:Dec 12, 2006 ... Know when grep should do the counting -- and when it should step aside. Match
certain fields in output, not just lines. Stop piping cat s.

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Capturing screen shots and program interaction on UNIX and Linux ...

Search result description:Jun 22, 2010 ... In UNIX and Linux shells, a pipe is represented by the " | " symbol and connects
the standard output of one command to the standard input of ...

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dW:Linux:Linux tech support forum:command substitution vs Pipes

Search result description:Jun 12, 2007 ... Hello, I am reading some Linux guide and wondering why the following pipe
does not work: cat <filename> | ls -l. While the following command ...

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Script file edits with the "ed" editor (Brian Smith's AIX / UNIX / Linux ...

Search result description:Aug 19, 2012 ... Many systems such as Linux support the "sed" command with the "-i" flag ... To do
this we use printf to pipe the commands we want to run to ed.

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Porting OS/2 applications to Linux (in C) - IBM

Search result description:Feb 10, 2005 ... On OS/2, pipes are bi-directional, whereas a pipe on Linux is uni-directional. To
mimic the behaviour of an OS/2 pipe, you need to create two ...

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Kernel APIs, Part 1: Invoking user-space applications from the kernel

Search result description:Feb 16, 2010 ... The Linux system call interface permits user-space applications to invoke ... The
pipe-related calls ( call_usermodehelper_stdinpipe and the ...


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