Reproduce previous stdout output without running previous command

Steven Schlansker scs at
Tue Jun 9 03:54:14 UTC 2009

On Jun 8, 2009, at 8:48 PM, Lord Of Hyphens wrote:

> On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 10:44 PM, Daniel Underwood <djuatdelta at 
> >wrote:
>> $ fdupes -r ~/directorywithlotsoflargefiles
>> (.....lots of output, woops, should have sent to a text file!....)
>> $ output[1] >> ~/textfile.txt
>> Hopefully this has made (some) sense.
>> <freebsd-questions at>
> Check the manpage for tee. That should give you a solution you're  
> looking
> for.

I think the intention of the original question was for the case where  
you have
forgotten to set up a pipe/redirection properly before starting the  
running command.  Tee would work fine if you have the foresight to use  


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