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xclip

 
X11 clipboard manipulation tool, similar to xsel. Handles the X primary and secondary selections, plus the system clipboard (Ctrl + C/Ctrl + V). More information: https://manned.org/xclip.
 
  • Copy the output from a command to the X11 primary selection area (clipboard):
     
    echo 123 | xclip
     
  • Copy the output from a command to a given X11 selection area:
     
    echo 123 | xclip -selection {{primary|secondary|clipboard}}
     
  • Copy the output from a command to the system clipboard, using short notation:
     
    echo 123 | xclip -sel clip
     
  • Copy the contents of a file into the system clipboard:
     
    xclip -sel clip {{input_file.txt}}
     
  • Copy the contents of a PNG into the system clipboard (can be pasted in other programs correctly):
     
    xclip -sel clip -t image/png {{input_file.png}}
     
  • Copy the user input in the console into the system clipboard:
     
    xclip -i
     
  • Paste the contents of the X11 primary selection area to the console:
     
    xclip -o
     
  • Paste the contents of the system clipboard to the console:
     
    xclip -o -sel clip

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