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Old 10-13-2012, 08:04 AM   #16
kendosan
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thanks for that, yes find has to be
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if the search has to be recursive,
because, some incoming downloads come with sub folders and sub-folders etc, its better to just search the entire directory tree and get the files i want. after that i can deal with the garbage.

I'm currently fighting with crontab -e, everything looks fine, the sh script gets executed but, none of the processing takes effect, so I'm currently looking into permission problem or something else.

 
  


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