Where does the unix-socket go to?

My destkop file: /usr/share/applications/write-to-stdout-sterr.desktop [Desktop Entry] # created by autocreate-desktop-files-for-pycharm.py Name=write-to-stdout-sterr Icon=/usr/share/pixmaps/python2.7.xpm Exec=/var/tmp/write-to-stdout-sterr.py Terminal=false Type=Application Categories=Application I run this script: #!/usr/bin/python import sys import time import datetime sys.stdout.write(‘########### stdout %s\n’ % datetime.datetime.now()) sys.stderr.write(‘+++++++++++ sdterr %s\n’ % datetime.datetime.now()) time.sleep(120) And chmod a+rx /var/tmp/write-to-stdout-sterr.py If I call this via windows-key (launcher) I want to see where stdout/stderr…

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dpkg command spontaneously killed on first run, works second time

I have a home made Debian package that installs two scripts files, two systemd services and a tar file. The handmade maintainer scripts are preinst, post inst, prerm and postrm. The problem I’m currently having is when I run dpkg –purge <PACKAGE> the process gets killed by something (I’m unsure what): [email protected]:/data# dpkg –purge <PACKAGE>…

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