How can I find a word in specific files matching a pattern. e.g. searching for version in CMake* files recursively found in the current directory.
Command grep -rHinF --colour=always -e "aa:aa:aa:aa" / Output grep: /dev/geom.ctl: Operation not supported by device grep: /dev/devctl: Device busy It seems that grep can not proceed because it ...
I have a question concerning linux commands. How do I count all the files that begin with letters from a to g?
Possible Duplicate: How to grep a text recursively on BusyBox 1.0? How can I search for a string in a file recursively in BusyBox 1.0 if find and grep are not available ? (I want to telnet ...
I am trying to run the find command to find the total number of occurrences of a particular text string and also the number of files which has this text string. What I have right now is this command. ...
I like the command-t script in vim editor that is able to intelligently and incrementally search for files. Is there some similar program that is able to search from shell? It would be great if it ...
I have 100s of directories and within those I have a few zip files. Now there are images named abc.jpg in those zip files. The zip files may be in any folder or in any subfolder so its difficult to ...