Making output stay on stdout

18 May 2010   0 comments   Linux

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This is fairly obvious stuff I guess but it has troubled me for a long time. Some programs on Linux don't spit out their results to stdout. Instead they start a little program similar to less. So what is a console nerd to do?

Pipe it cat! I don't know why I've never thought of this before:

$ psql -l | cat
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