Not trying to start a dispute here, but I need clarity:
I ran into this question: How to record bash terminal output without suppressing the terminal output?, in which OP asks how to save terminal output into a file. I therefore marked it as a dupe of: How do I save terminal output to a file?.
Also the accepted answer totally confirms the fact that these questions are pretty much exact dupes, and OP was looking for exactly the same answer(s).
OP however claims that his question: "is more specific to his requirments than that question in that link" because:
the anwsers in that post will fullfill my requirments but is anywhere there mentioned that the hacks will work for bash scripts or any other scripts as well?
I admit that I have no clue what that should mean.
The community seems to understand what he means however, and to agree with him. Literally hundreds of people have passed by, but no one added a close vote. So I have been wondering what is exactly the difference between:
How to record bash terminal output?
How do I save the output of a command to a file?
If someone can give me a good one, I will remove my close vote instantly. If not, please vote to close.
For the record
As one would expect with a quite generic question like this, there are more excellent dupe candidates, like: