outputredirect

String, modifiable

The outputredirect variable determines whether Privilege Management for Unix and Linux prompt output is written to the standard error stream (stderr) or to the standard output stream (stdout). The main use for this feature is to allow prompts to appear on the user’s monitor even if it is running in a pipeline. When run in a pipeline, prompts normally go to that pipeline. By setting outputredirect, you can force the output to the monitor.

outputredirect = string;
stderr Write Privilege Management for Unix and Linux prompt output to the standard error file.
stdout Write Privilege Management for Unix and Linux prompt output to the standard output file.

The default value is empty.

outputredirect = "stderr";

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