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I need to re-direct the output of strace to a file. I also need to redirect the output for time to a file. The way these two commands work is like this:
strace [options] <command>
so like "strace ls" for instance. The problem is strace ls > out just redirects the output of ls, not strace. So how would I go about doing this? I know strace has an output file command, but I really would like to be able to do this with the simple > operator since there are quite a few cases where I would like to redirect the output of a command, which calls another command, to a file. Any tips would help.