stupid redirection misunderstood
Date: 17 Sep 2003 07:49:52 -0700
I'm using Ksh on HP-UX
and I would like to know why the next commands sequence dont work:
user@box:/home/user/test -> touch foo
user@box:/home/user/test -> ls
user@box:/home/user/test -> tail -f foo | grep hello >> bar &
user@box:/home/user/test -> echo hello > foo
user@box:/home/user/test -> cat bar
user@box:/home/user/test -> jobs
 + Running tail -f foo | grep hello > bar &
thx for support ;)
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