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I am again struggling to make a script work, but hey, it is fun, I am learning new things. I discovered the set -x option which was, for me, like the second coming. Still, what I am not able to do is redirect ALL output to a (log) file, including what is produced by the -x setting. Let's assume a very simple script:
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set -x
source="/home/atelier/Bureau/"
ls -la $source and I am running it as . test.sh >> /var/log/test.rmcb.log

The result of ls goes inded into the log file, but the rest still shows on the console where I am running the script: Code: ++ source=/home/atelier/Bureau/
++ ls --color=auto -la /home/atelier/Bureau/ Is there a way to redirect EVERYTHING to the log file ?

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