2010-06-24 14:14:47 Stderr and stdout concatenation/redirection in shell scripts.
Nikolay Razbegaev (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
Which shell interpreter in uClinux distribution understand stderr and
stdout concatenation? Default busybox msh interpret '&>' construction
as '&' and '>' - i.e. run in background and redirect stdout.
2010-06-24 14:19:13 Re: Stderr and stdout concatenation/redirection in shell scripts.
Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)
you must use POSIX compliant scripts. bashisms (like "&>") are not supported.
msh has no job support, but redirection works just fine.
hush in the latest busybox (not in the 2009R1.1 release) supports jobs just fine though.