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Gnu grep solaris
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The GNU version of Unix tools have additional features missing in "proprietary" Unixes. You can download GNU grep(s) here then compile and install. However, Gnu grep is very likely already installed on your machine. It is part of the default installation on Solaris 11 in /usr/gnu/bin/grep. The solution is to use GNU grep (ggrep at /usr/sfw/bin/ggrep) which is packaged on Can't use Solaris grep to find the line before the pattern. Catalogname, ggrep. SVR4 package name, CSWggrep. Description, GNU grep. Version, ,REV= Source URL, lystereparis.com
I suspect I will mostly fill this with articles relating to Solaris, mainly because my GNU grep has a very easy solution for this; the -A/B/C flags. I don't think the standard Solaris (e)grep understands the [[:space:]] syntax so you Solaris grep is not the GNU grep from coreutils, so the behavior in more. Hi, How can I find the egrep version installed on Solaris 10 as I don't see (GNU grep) version or is there any other option on Solaris that.
-r option for grep works only with gnu grep. Solutions with xargs are good, but cause some problems - find | xargs grep will break on filenames. We can emulate this with awk as well (this may required GNU awk): option doesn't seem to be part of the Solaris grep, according to the man. A little late but as this is Solaris 10, GNU grep was probably already installed in / usr/sfw/bin/ggrep (not a typo the first g is for GNU). Grep searches one or more input files for lines containing a match to a For other ways to obtain grep, please read How to get GNU software.