How to display matched text in color using grep / egrep / fgrep in Linux or Mac OS X ? Pass the —color option to the grep command display matched text/words in color on the terminal:
grep —color -i -R -n -H ‘yourtexthere’ *
or choose color :
export RELATIONS=’—color=auto’  export GREP_COLOR=’1;30;46’ grep —color -i -R -n -H ‘yourtexthere’ *
To see the various combinations of Foregrounds and Backgrounds just refer to this page. 

How to display matched text in color using grep / egrep / fgrep in Linux or Mac OS X ? Pass the —color option to the grep command display matched text/words in color on the terminal:

grep —color -i -R -n -H ‘yourtexthere’ *

or choose color :

export RELATIONS=’—color=auto’ 
export GREP_COLOR=’1;30;46’
grep —color -i -R -n -H ‘yourtexthere’ *

To see the various combinations of Foregrounds and Backgrounds just refer to this page

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PS. this is the very first app to get install after i reinstall mac. Best firewall for mac ! http://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html

Little Snitch is here to solve this problem by acting as a intermediator between your applications and the internet. Little Snitch will alert you every time that an application tries to connect to the internet, giving you a brief overview of what server and port the application is using.

PS. this is the very first app to get install after i reinstall mac. Best firewall for mac ! http://www.obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html