Tee read from standard input and write to standard output and files.

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TEE / TrustZone Andoird Phone

I was wondering if TrustZone is enabled on the Cortex A7 ARM processor on the Aquaris E4.5. Would like to purchase one for developing Trustlets/Trusted Apps and experiment with them. Any response is ...
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'sudo tee' command gone wrong | Removing a source.list that can't be read?

This has happened twice where I followed instructions on installing software and then having the software center open then close immediately as a result of running the commands from the instructions. ...
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tee results in a null file

I try to change Apache configuration with this: sudo awk '/<Directory \/var\/www\/>/,/AllowOverride None/{sub("None", "All",$0)}{print}' /etc/apache2/apache2.conf | sudo tee ...
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Tee doesn't get whole output from the pipe

I have a script executing commands like: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=.:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH;./some_app -i $INDEX | tee $LOG echo "Number of errors: $(grep "ERROR" $LOG | wc -l)" The problem is probably in ...
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GPS nmea output, saving only last record to external file linux

I'm using a globalsat G-STAR IV GPS for my Vehicular Ad Hoc networks project. In this, the nmea output coming from the GPS gets updated every 1 second. I want to know if there is a way to save just ...
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How to Automatically save terminal command output to file [duplicate]

Is there a way that I can save the terminal command output to a file, without having to write the command ' | tee /abc.txt' every-time around?
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is there any significance to using tee

Why is it that almost all instructions regarding appending text to system files like fstab and /etc/apt/sources.list.d/<name>.list involve using tee and echo to append said text? Take the ...
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Capturing text output to a log, while printing REALTIME to terminal

My output prints approximately 1 line per second to the terminal, maybe 100-200 lines in total. I've tried to capture the output using tee, but it prints all the lines at the end of the process, not ...
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how to redirect output to a log file without tee? normal redirection is not working

why not use tee? because the terminal rendering of the output makes the application run slower. for some reason, this is not working: application 2>&1 >"$logFile" the output keeps going ...