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how do i pipe this 9 years 2 weeks ago #23992

  • MadFLy
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i need to pipe the hdparm command into a txt file called hd.txt, i know hdparm is used to get statistics on a hard drive or parameters, but when i tried it it didnt work...

suppose it should be something like this...

hdparm /dev/hda5 > /hd.txt or should it be

hdparm /dev/hda5 | /hd.txt ......
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Re: how do i pipe this 9 years 2 weeks ago #23994

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the first one should do the trick.
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Re: how do i pipe this 9 years 2 weeks ago #23995

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Thanks...

Im going to do my referral just now, just came to a internet cafe to check for a reply...
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Re: how do i pipe this 9 years 2 weeks ago #23997

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oh my goodness, when i got to class i realised it wasn't the hdparm command i had wrong but infact the fsck thingy...

i got someone to help me...

but thanks anyway
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