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Thread: "grep -p" functionality in linux

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    Re: "grep -p" functionality in linux

    Quote Originally Posted by hawkmage View Post
    OK, I have to ask. Why are you posting this to a Ubuntu Server forum if you are running CentOS?

    Since I deal with both flavors of Linux you may want to try the following to install get:
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    sudo yum install get


    Because I'm a glutton for punishment as my mother used to say.
    I'm working on some 'proof of concept' functions for a product that is only officially supported with RHEL and SUSE. CentOS 6.2 is the closest thing to RedHat I can find for testing these scripts.

    In reality it makes no difference, but when talking to an entrenched beuracracy (did I spell that right?) at a large TLA company it's easier if you don't have easy targets for potshots.

    The fact that I'm cooking this up and not a real programmer should be scary enough.

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    Re: "grep -p" functionality in linux

    And also thanks to everyone for the alternatives.

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