General :: Find/grep/wc Command To Find Matching Files - Print Filename And Word Count?

Sep 11, 2009

I am trying to do a find/grep/wc command to find matching files, print the filename and then the word count of a specific pattern per file. Here is my best (non-working) attempt so far:

wc `find . ( -name "*.as" -o -name "*.mxml" ) -exec grep -H HeightResizableList {}` ;

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General :: Grep Command - Show The Files But Not The Line Count

Oct 31, 2010

This has to also show the line count. I can get it to show the files but not the line count. What is the single command used to identify only the matching count of all lines within files under the /etc directory that contain the word ‚ÄěHOST? List only the files with matches and suppress any error messages.

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Getting the list of files in the root directory that have changed less than 10 hours earlier, using grep, but without the directories.

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this is driving me crazy. How can i in the terminal, display only the first 5 lines of say dmesg

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Dec 24, 2010

For searching a file or directory i normally use grep command. kindly can you guide me the difference between grep and find command. I have used both but that are the difference between them ? are the same or grep is new as comapird to find command.

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Jun 7, 2010

tell me the command used to find a specific word in directories and sub-directories in linux?

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Jul 15, 2011

Is there a way to specify to find that I only want text files (and not binary files)? Grep has an option to exclude binary files, so I thought find probably has a similar feature, but I've been unable to find it.

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General :: Find Setuid Files Using FIND Command?

Jan 25, 2009

I know how to search for normal files but can you let me know " How to search for 5 setuid files on the system. Also explain, for each file, why setuid mechanism is necessary for the command to function properly"

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General :: Searching For PHP Files With Find And Grep

Nov 2, 2010

I am looking for all the files that contain the text string 'moo.sql'. I ran the following:

find . -name '*.php' | grep -lir 'moo.sql' *

Unfortunately it seems to return non-php files in addition to php files. I thought the find portion of this would filter the file names so grep would only search php files.

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General :: Making Grep Find Files Containing '$'

Dec 5, 2010

I want to find files containing the "$" char (ascii 0x24). 'Grep -irl $ *' would output the names of every file in path *, of course, because it means end of line (EOL). So giving grep the string "$" won't do. So I tried 'grep -irl $ *'. But this doesn't work either and I do not understand why. Am I not escaping the dollar sign? grep should interpret it literally. Neither 'grep -irl "$" *' will work. Fortunately, there's LQ, besides grep's man page.

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General :: List Files Based On Matching Only Part Of Their Filename?

Sep 13, 2011

I have many files in a folder for example

Kiran.txt
Kiran1.txt
Kiran221.txt
Kiran144.txt
Time.csv

[Code]...

From this directory, I want to know how I could use grep to display files based on part of their filename - for example those starting with "Account" or those ending in ".sh".

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Jan 5, 2011

When I used the find command, I almost always need to search the local drives. But, I almost always have super large network shares mounted and these are included in the search. Is there an easy way to exclude those in the find command, grep and other similar commands? Example:

find / -name .vimrc

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General :: Awk / Grep Or Sed - Find And Replace Recursively From Files

Feb 12, 2010

I am new to linux as well as awk, grep or sed. I need a find and replace command single liner or script that loops trough input file (file1) and find the particular input in file2 and add "!" in front of the found string.

Example:
input file: file1
g+h=o+p
a+b=c+d
file2 (file that need to look for)
a+b=c+d1e105
x+y=z+s5e105
g+h=o+pabcdefg
t+r=w+qxvyderf

Output file (file3 should look like this)
!a+b=c+d1e105
x+y=z+s5e105
!g+h=o+pabcdefg
t+r=w+qxvyderf

I have tried many awk and sed method of find and replce but it did not work the way I wanted. This is mainly due to my lack of experience in awk and sed. The program should loop trough file1 and find in file2 and output in file3 for the 1st (g+h=o+p) set then repeat the same process again for set 2 (a+b=c+d).

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General :: Using Find Or Grep To Find A Group Of Text Strings?

Feb 28, 2011

I have used diff command in past.I faced a situation to which I did not had a cluehere are some text strings (which can be stored in a file)Quote:

CONFIG_XEN=y
CONFIG_XEN_PVHVM=y
CONFIG_XEN_MAX_DOMAIN_MEMORY=128

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General :: Using Find Command To Print Timestamp

May 27, 2010

I am looking for a way to print the timestamp of a directory using find command. I can do that for a file, but for a directory, it is printing the contents of the directory as well. Lets say there is a directory called doc, and there are more than one occurrences of that directory.

find . -name "doc" -type d -exec ls -l {} ;

This is printing the contents of all the files under doc directory as well.

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Programming :: Find Files Older Than X And Count Them?

Nov 29, 2010

I have log files that should be parsed and then deleted by a script on a regular basis. Sometimes things don't work for a variety of reasons and the log files sit and sit and are never dealt with. What I need is a small script that can give me the files older than X days and a count of those files.

What I have so far helps me take care of things manually but I need a little automation in my life Here is what I have: I can count all the files in the necessary directories recursively with this: ls -laR | wc -l And I can find all the files that are older than 10 days that haven't been deleted yet by doing this: find /home/mike/logs -type f -mtime +10 But how do I put both of them into a script that will just give me the end number of both?

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Programming :: Bash Script To Find Newest Files And Count Them?

Feb 25, 2010

I'm working on a bash script that will go through a directory, find the sub-directories that have been created since the last time the script ran, count the results, and output that integer (will most likely be '1' or less per each instance run) to a file. Give the circumstances, my previous (and very limited) experience with bash is not sufficient for me to pull this off. since it probably has bearing, is that my mail server stores files that it flags as viruses in a folder. It creates a sub-directory for each virus that it quarantines .I want to count those subdirectories and graph them with MRTG. Hence the script. I'm going to post what I've got so far and the purpose of it, because I'm told I have a very odd and efficient way of doing scripting.

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But then it dawned on me that it wouldn't work because I would have to not count the directories that have already been counted and count the ones that have not been counted. Given that the purpose of this is to generate a graph about every 5 minutes, using find won't work because, to my knowledge, that will only find things based on whole day values, I need it almost down to the minute.

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Programming :: Find A Word From Different Files In System?

Dec 22, 2010

How to find a word from different files in linux ?
Is there any command like (find . / -name *****), that can search files in the system for a particular word in Linux?

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General :: Command Line - Print A Group Of Text Matching A Regex?

Sep 22, 2011

I'd like to print only few groups from text matching a regex. How can I do that in the Linux command line?

What other tools for text processing are there in Linux?

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General :: Grep String From Logs Of Last 1 Hour On Files Of 2 Different Servers+calculate Count?

Sep 3, 2010

I am trying to grep a particular string from the files of 2 different servers without copying and calculate the total count of its occurence on both files. File structure is same on both servers and for reference as follows:

Code:

27-Aug-2010 10:04:30,601|919122874903|phtunes_app|1282243292627|NotifySmsReception|DMGenerateLogInterceptor - ExternalTransactionID:SDP-DM-26713018, TransactionStatus:Requested
27-Aug-2010

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Ubuntu :: Find Command Does Not Find All Files?

Aug 9, 2011

The find command does not seem to find all files in my directory hierarchy. My home directory is automounted from a server. The command to illustrate this is:find | sed -e 's/^.///' | sed -e 's//.*//' | sort -uThe result misses several directories. Likewise, a find of a particular file, like:find . -iname *sample* -printwhere sample_file.txt resides in one of the directories that is missing in the first find command, finds nothing

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General :: How To Find File With Name="php.ini" Using Grep Command

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How to find file with name="php.ini" on linux using grep command?

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Apr 7, 2011

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Programming :: Delete All Files With Specific Word In Filename?

May 21, 2011

I need a command to find the all files which filename contains the text "SomeText" and to delete that files!From /home/movie/wp-content/uploads/this folder I have lots of files and folders .Also I need that for folders and subfolders who contains some text in folder name "someTextInFolderName"

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General :: Find Mechanism With Irregular Expression (find Command) Or Perl?

Sep 7, 2010

I have 4 Linux machines with cluster.My target is to find all kind of IP address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) in every file in the linux system remark: need to scan each file in the linux system and verify if the file include IP address if yes need to print the IP as the following

more /etc/inet/file.example1

182.23.2.4
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General :: Find Command In Locate Pdf Files?

May 25, 2010

My goal is to find all pdf files on a remote machine, so I resort to the useful command find. So I type find .pdf or find .pdf" and I get nothing. I do the same on my machine and I get nothing. I do a regular search from the menu on my machine and I find quite a few pdf files. Would somebody please tell me what am I doing wrong?

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Jul 30, 2010

Is there any way to find the core files with out using the FIND command?

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General :: Find A File In Directories Without Using Find Command?

Aug 3, 2010

am new to linux and trying to find a file in sub directories using find command as:find .-name *.jpg -type fBut I am unable to get the result as find command is not permitted by the server administrator.Is there any way to find files without using find command.

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Ubuntu :: Error "Could Not Find A Compatible Opengl Display Resolution. Please Check Your Driver Configuration. (Error: Couldn't Find A Matching GLX Visual)"

Jul 22, 2011

I am having issues with 3d I am trying to start up a game called auteria but it displays this error "Could not find a compatible opengl display resolution. Please check your driver configuration. (Error: Couldn't find a matching GLX visual)" I am on ubuntu 10.10 could anybody give me a solution on how to fix this issue?

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