fgr man page

fgr — File content search command


fgr [-r] [-v] [-d ddd] [-m mmm] [-f filter] [-s (+/-)size] [-t type] [-p perm] [grep options...]

Print version number information
print process id
-f filter
file filter (enclosed in quotes if regexp *,? or [] is used)
-s +kbytes
Size greater than kbytes KBYTES
-s -kbytes
size less than kbytes KBYTES
-p perm
perm is either suid | exe
-t type
reg | dir | sym | sock | blk | chr | fifo (regular, directory, symlink, socket, blk_dev, chr_dev, fifo)
-d ddd
created or modified in the previous (int) dd days
-m mmm
created or modified in the previous (int) mm months
-p perm
perm is either suid | exe
-e string
containing string (if *,? or [], use quotes)
-E regexp
containing regexp: (use quotes).
ignore case (for search string -c)
same as -i (obsolete)
print the name of each input file from which *no* output would normally have been printed.
only print a count of matching lines for each input file.
Select only those lines containing matches that form whole words. Word-constituent characters are letters, digits, and the underscore.
Select only those matches that exactly match the whole line.
Output a zero byte (the ASCII NUL character) instead of the character that normally follows a file name


fgr is a file content search engine for Rodent.


fgr requires GNU grep 2.x or higher


Edscott Wilson Garcia <edscott@imp.mx>

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