Linux Hint Posted October 8, 2020 Share Posted October 8, 2020 While a user is working bash script execution in a Linux system, different sets of bash commands need to be executed from the terminal window based on the various requirements. After running bash commands, it shows the output on the terminal if no error exists otherwise an error message shows on the command-line window. Sometimes, users want to keep this output for future use. In this situation, the output of these commands can be stored in a variable... View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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