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This is a "test" page (dedicated to Carroll Grigsby) to show how a wiki might solve some issues related to finding commands in Linux.

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Search Terms

<Perhaps this should be moved to below the list of commands -- put here for now just for test/demo purposes.>

This is an expandable list of search (or key) terms that might be used to search for this page.

TWiki.org is indexed by Google, both as twiki.org and as twiki.sf.org (on two different indexing cycles). The index cycle seems to be between one and two months -- after indexing Google would find the terms on this page by any of its search mechanisms (AND, OR, phrase, limited to site:twiki.org, or whatever). I believe (but have not checked) that other search engines also index twiki.org. In addition, twiki has it's own search mechanism, which unfortunately does not have all the features I'd like to see (like AND). Nevertheless, it does do a creditable job of searching.

  • searching for text within files
  • <add other search terms or phrases that might help you locate this page (and these commands), move this to the next line>

Linux Commands Useful for Searching for Text

  • grep <a simple example could be included here, or a reference to a twiki page about grep, like grep>
  • <add other Linux commands useful to search for text, move this to the next line>


  • RandyKramer - 27 Mar 2002
  • <If you edit this page, add your name here, move this to the next line>

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