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accepted Searching a file & excluding lines with a specified string
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comment Searching a file & excluding lines with a specified string
@Kevin Is there a way to use this same thing and exclude two different lines of information? (Eg. exclude two sets of repeated information from the same log file. Such as grep -v 'repeat-info' && 'more-repeated-info' file.log).
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comment Searching a file & excluding lines with a specified string
@Kevin Thank you for the help! I was not aware one of the options for grep was to inverse the command.
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comment Do I need to format a CF before installing Linux?
Had to be the CF card, as I purchased another one from Transcend and it installed the first try. Thanks for the assistance @Steven Monday!
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comment Is more or find more resource intensive in finding the number of times an item lists in a file?
Thanks @Huygens! I don't believe any of the files I was searching through had spaces in the name (simply because files with spaces almost always cause some sort of issue), but thank you for the input! The xargs -P 4 is what will create 4 separate instances of the command to run?
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comment Is more or find more resource intensive in finding the number of times an item lists in a file?
This is good to know as well! The way I was initially taught to search through files was by using more and piping in grep. I've never used grep as much of a standalone command.
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comment Is more or find more resource intensive in finding the number of times an item lists in a file?
Thank you for the information! I never really knew the difference from commands such as more and cat, so this is very helpful.
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comment Is more or find more resource intensive in finding the number of times an item lists in a file?
@manatwork Yes, I ran one command in the same directory on the same files, then I ran the other right after it finished.
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