Asked • 06/25/19

How do I use sudo to redirect output to a location I don't have permission to write to?

I've been given sudo access on one of our development RedHat linux boxes, and I seem to find myself quite often needing to redirect output to a location I don't normally have write access to. The trouble is, this contrived example doesn't work: sudo ls -hal /root/ > /root/test.out I just receive the response: -bash: /root/test.out: Permission denied How can I get this to work?

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