show command execution in shell

Sammale

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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

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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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