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grep is a command-line tool for searching text patterns in files

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For certain obvious usages, the grep command can output multiple complaints about search names being directories. Note the multiple "Is a directory" warnings, this typically happens with commands … like: grep text * eg: /etc/webmin # grep "log=1" * grep: cluster-webmin: Is a directory config:log=1 grep: cpan: Is a directory grep: man: Is a directory miniserv.conf:log=1 miniserv.conf:syslog=1 …
asked Mar 20 '18 by William