35 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command

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84 Responses

  1. Q no 12 : I think there should be
    g=s

    instead of g+s

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Suryakant,

      Yeah, that’s really good finding, yes that should be g=s, corrected in the writeup..

  2. rtt says:

    Very useful and handy little guide. -mtime is really invaluable for so many reasons.

  3. S Govardhan Raju says:

    Sir,

    We need help for linux (RHEL4) command FIND. How to tar todays ie., only current day (17-04-2016) files . Please give me examples.

    Thanking U sir,

    S Govardhan Raju
    T I R U P A T I

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Govardhan,

      What you mean by “only current day” files? the whole system modification files in a particular day or any specific directory files you want to tar? Could you explain me more about your requirements so that I can help you out..

  4. S Govardhan Raju says:

    Sir

    We are happy to inform you that we are understanding linux commands with your examples easlly.

    Thank U very much Sir,

    S Govardhna Raju
    TIRUPATI

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