How To Save Linux Command Output To An Image Or A Text File

Save Linux Command Output To An Image Or A File

4 Responses

  1. SonicEricsson says:

    very usable

  2. Peter Rasmussen says:

    It doesn’t work for me.
    I get:
    bash-4.3# uname -a | convert label:@- mylinuxkernel.png
    convert: not authorized `@-‘ @ error/property.c/InterpretImageProperties/3445.
    convert: no images defined `mylinuxkernel.png’ @ error/convert.c/ConvertImageCommand/3257.
    bash-4.3#

  3. John Piers Cilliers says:

    Nice article. Just a quick one, perhaps I’m not following you correctly as regards “saving the command’s output in an Image”. I’m using ARCH and by default (I think) imagemagick [currently 7.0.7.16-1 installed] is installed when you install ARCH. In any event it is installed and think it’s pretty neat but get this when I try to run the command. zsh: no matches found: -misc-fixed-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*

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