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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
  2. I have been developing in PHP for quite some time now and only recently started getting into bash/server scripting. My question, is there any practical use to use bash scripts with PHP? Do any enterprise level applications use it? To my understanding, it can be used as a link to tie multiple languages together like RUBY, PYTHON, PHP, PERL etc. i.e. `ruby my_useful_ruby_script.rb` // <- does something incredibly cool that PHP fails at?? WOULD THIS BE PRACTICAL?? SECRUTIY ISSUES? Do you use shell scripts in your code to do cool things?? Let me know
  3. I've written a basic bash script to test SSMTP, SSMTP works fine, but the script I wrote doesn't send the message correctly clear echo "sending mail" echo "who are you sending it to?" read $to echo echo "excellent, now what is the subject?" read $subject echo echo "marvelous, now write a quick message:" read $message echo To: $to > mail.txt echo From: emailbox >> mail.txt echo Subject: .$subject >> mail.txt echo $message >> mail.txt clear echo "ok, I will send this message for you..." ssmtp $to < mail.txt echo "message sent successfully!" thsi just creates the file without the variables in it for some reason can anyone spot where I've gone wrong? thanks
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