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TJ pt. 1: The Linux Command Line. A help manual for the help manual.

Terminal Journal, pt. One: Learning The Command Line for Linux (and relatives Unix / Mac OS X)

Ever find yourself wishing you had an extra hour or so every day to get something done, wondering where all the time went? 1,257 more words

*nix Command Line

35 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command

The Linux Find Command is one of the most important and much used command in Linux sytems. Find command used to search and locate list of files and directories based on conditions you specify for files that match the arguments. 942 more words


Linux find command

The find command can be used in many ways.
One of the basic uses is to find a file of some type say .c in current (or any other specified) directory: 126 more words


Linux 'find' example

Since it took me quite some time to find the right combination of commands and pipes I decided to post this example.

Scenario: I have several files(random amount) generated each day by one of the daemons that runs on my server. 58 more words


Find Command Usage

Command used to forcefully search a string ‘foo’
———————————————-find . -type f -exec grep -il ‘foo’ {} \;==> “.” means “look in the current directory” 380 more words

Linux Tips

Find and delete files using "find" shell command

Find and Delete Files in Linux/Unix:


1) Find .log files in current directory and delete

$ find . -name “*.log” -type f -exec rm {} \; 32 more words

Linux Common Issues & Solutions