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I have an executable that I am running on the Raspberry Pi. When the program is ran anrun, output is displayed on the terminal, but when I use the redirect operator, > >, I get nothing in the text file.

./example > examp.txt

I have also tried using the pipe operator and the teetee command but when I do this I get nothing in the text file or on the screen. I am unsure what to try next. The output from the executable is a data stream that is updated every few seconds. I would like to capture a couple updates from the executable in a text file.

./example | tee examp.txt

I have an executable that I am running on the Raspberry Pi. When the program is ran an output is displayed on the terminal, but when I use the redirect operator, >, I get nothing in the text file.

./example > examp.txt

I have also tried using the pipe operator and the tee command but when I do this I get nothing in the text file or on the screen. I am unsure what to try next. The output from the executable is a data stream that is updated every few seconds. I would like to capture a couple updates from the executable in a text file.

./example | tee examp.txt

I have an executable that I am running on the Raspberry Pi. When the program is run, output is displayed on the terminal, but when I use the redirect operator >, I get nothing in the text file.

./example > examp.txt

I have also tried using the pipe operator and the tee command but when I do this I get nothing in the text file or on the screen. I am unsure what to try next. The output from the executable is a data stream that is updated every few seconds. I would like to capture a couple updates from the executable in a text file.

./example | tee examp.txt
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Raspberry Pi Executables and Redirection

I have an executable that I am running on the Raspberry Pi. When the program is ran an output is displayed on the terminal, but when I use the redirect operator, >, I get nothing in the text file.

./example > examp.txt

I have also tried using the pipe operator and the tee command but when I do this I get nothing in the text file or on the screen. I am unsure what to try next. The output from the executable is a data stream that is updated every few seconds. I would like to capture a couple updates from the executable in a text file.

./example | tee examp.txt