redirect standart output to current terminal
i have a process launch by another app, i want to see the output (that is in console) in a terminal (gnome-terminal or tty); how can i capture de standart I/O from a process.
my process (aria2) is launch by firefox and the output of ps is like:
# ps aux | grep aria2
dorian 30289 2.8 0.1 12148 4048 ? D 07:08 0:03 aria2c --continue -d /home/downloads/so/suse --referer=http://software.opensuse.org/112/en
...is running but i cant see the output (download state), how can i capture or redirect standart I/O to my terminal to get something like the output of:
$ aria2c --continue -d /home/downloads/so/suse --referer=http://software.opensuse.org/112/en --load-cookies=/tmp/flashgot.h2fnxf84.default/cookies --input-file=/tmp/flashgot.h2fnxf84.default/flashgot.fgt
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Last edited by dorianrenato; 04-17-2010 at 09:14 AM.