show command execution in shell

Sammale

New Member
Hi,
I'm new at linux and need help to turn on information about show command execution in shell eg.

Now when I'm writing command:


[email protected]:~# service apache2 start
[email protected]:~#

// shell do not give me specific information. What can I do to after this kind of command shell show me specific information about how command is running eg.

[email protected]:~# service apache2 start
[...] Starting web server: apache2apache2: using 127.0.1.1 for servername
. ok

[email protected]:~#

// What can I do to turn on this kind of communicates?

"
[...] Starting web server: apache2apache2: using 127.0.1.1 for servername
. ok

"
 


CptCharis

Well-Known Member
HI @Sammale
I don't think that you will find a specify answer. Usually is how shell execute every command.
Some commands use a progress flag like -p iwo allow us to see the progress. You can try something kike this. I don't know if will help. I really don't know. Good luck.
 


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