If you have a file with several lines that contains email addresses that you like to extract, you can do that with Linux grep command: File “emails.txt”: somestreng anotherstring 342345 somename.lastname@domain.com where somename.lastname@domain.com is the string you like to extract: you can do this with: grep -EiEio ‘\b[A-Z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Z0-9.-]+\.[A-Z]{2,4}\b’ emails.txt Result: somename.lastname@domain.com

I have Windows 7 on my computer, but needed to run a git gui tool for our project. Searching on Google I found several, but they all were software for Linux. We have plenty of Linux Redhat servers, but no one running X window. I installed then a Xming X server (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/) on my Windows

I had to find a specific Microsoft Spreadsheet among thousands of files on a mapped network drive O: on a Windows 7 Computer. The problem was that searching and indexing was only performed on local disk like C: and D: so I could only search for keyword in local Excel files. It is not optimal,

If you just need a quick way to get some data from a mysql database in your shell (bash), you could do something like this in one line: mysql -h your.server.edu -u db_username -p`cat /path/to/your/homedir/secretpasswordfile` -e “;use databasename; SELECT tablename.columnname FROM tablename where id like ‘421111’ and something like ‘1’ and option like ’23’;”; >