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Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers How to ignore No such file or directory on the output? Post 303046280 by nezabudka on Wednesday 29th of April 2020 02:49:36 PM
Old 04-29-2020
Hi
Try closing the stderr descriptor at the beginning of the script.
Code:
exec 2>&-

or redirect
Code:
exec 2> /dev/null

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WICD-WIRED-SETTINGS.CONF(5)					File Formats Manual				       WICD-WIRED-SETTINGS.CONF(5)

NAME
wicd-wired-settings.conf - controls Wicd's wired network settings DESCRIPTION
This file contains configuration information for wired interfaces in Wicd. This file is located at /etc/wicd/wired-settings.conf SETTINGS
default = <0|1> This option decides whether to use this profile as the default. 0 = do not use this profile as default. 1 = use this profile as default. beforescript = <None|arbitrary_script> This defines a script to run before Wicd brings up the connection. The script should be a Bourne-compatible script and should be executable. IMPORTANT - scripts should ONLY be writable by root and located in a directory that is only writable by root. afterscript = <None|arbitrary_script> This defines a script to run after Wicd brings up the connection. The script should be a Bourne-compatible script and should be executable. IMPORTANT - scripts should ONLY be writable by root and located in a directory that is only writable by root. predisconnectscript = <None|arbitrary_script> This defines a script to run before Wicd disconnects the interface. The script should be a Bourne-compatible script and should be executable. postdisconnectscript = <None|arbitrary_script> This defines a script to run after Wicd disconnects the interface. The script should be a Bourne-compatible script and should be executable. IMPORTANT - scripts should ONLY be writable by root and located in a directory that is only writable by root. ip = <None|ip_address> Use this option if you have a static ip address for your system. netmask = <None|networkmask> This setting is only appropriate if a static ip address is configured above. broadcast = <None|broadcast_address> This setting is only appropriate if a static ip address is configured above. gateway = <None|gateway_address> This setting is only appropriate if a static ip address is configured above. use_static_dns = <True|False> True = use static DNS servers instead of accepting what the dhcp server supplies. use_global_dns = <True|False> True = use the global DNS servers provided in wicd-manager-settings.conf(5). This option is only appropriate if "use_static_dns = True" dns1 = <None|ip_address> Static DNS address if "use_static_dns = True" and "use_global_dns = False" dns2 = <None|ip_address> Static DNS address if "use_static_dns = True" and "use_global_dns = False" dns3 = <None|ip_address> Static DNS address if "use_static_dns = True" and "use_global_dns = False" SEE ALSO
wicd(8), wicd-curses(8), wicd-manager-settings.conf(5), wicd-wireless-settings.conf(5). wicd-1.7.2.4 WICD-WIRED-SETTINGS.CONF(5)

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