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How to use the 'find' utility from the command line on Linux

Posted 04-04-2012 at 11:05 PM by stretchedthin

If you saw the last post, you already know I'm sharing some of the better older posts I've put on Youtube. These are still getting hits today.

So here is number two.

Find is an incredibly powerful command line utility for finding files and folders and much more. Just looking at the man pages for find can be intimidating, but hopefully, this tutorial will give you the introduction you need to get the most out of find.

How to use the 'find' utility from the command line on Linux
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