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  1. hello dear community I’m trying to capture the output of the top command into a file. When I execute top > output.txt, the output.txt file contains lot of junk characters. What is the best method to capture the output of the top command into a readable text file? i tried to use the top command batch mode operation option ( -b ) to capture the top command output into a file. top -n 1 -b > top-output.txt or this one less top-output.txt but - unfotunatly they do not work for me... : linux-a9sq:/home/martin # -n 1 > top-output.txt -n: command not found linux-a9sq:/home/martin # top-output.txt If 'top-output.txt' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this: cnf top-output.txt linux-a9sq:/home/martin # top -n 1 -b > top-output.txt linux-a9sq:/home/martin # top -n1 -b | head5 If 'head5' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this: cnf head5 linux-a9sq:/home/martin # what can i do!? love to hear from you greetings
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