TTY Command UNIX
tty print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input
tty command helps the user to identify whether the output for the shell script is a terminal or some other destination such as any other script or printer.
Following options can be used with the tty command:
|-s, –silent, –quiet||print nothing, only return an exit status|
|–help||display this help and exit|
|–version||output version information and exit|
If user wants to check which terminal they are using.
If someone wants to check the version of tty installed on the system:
$ tty –version
tty (GNU coreutils) 8.22
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