[gmx-users] override dispalying of options
tsjerkw at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 14:23:14 CET 2008
And, you can even (like for anything that generates output), redirect
output to nowhere:
(csh) grompp >& /dev/null
(bash) grompp &> /dev/null
By the way, bringing it to the background (&) doesn't change the
binding to the terminal.
Oh, and Mark is absolutely right that it is better to save to a file.
Something like (csh):
grompp >& log
mdrun >>& log &
On 10/29/08, Justin A. Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
> Inon Sharony wrote:
> > Hello GROMACS users & team
> > I would like to run grompp and mdrun from the command line without having
> to see all the possible flags and options. I'm running a few commands in
> series, so I can't use "grompp &" and then "mdrun &"
> > Is there some way to call these functions without having to display all of
> the (unnecessary) details?
> Use the -quiet flags with each of them.
> Justin A. Lemkul
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