35 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command

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128 Responses

  1. Nitin Dubey says:

    Thanks tecmint for exploring find command with attractive example

  2. lingaswamy says:

    excellent info

  3. somesh says:


    How to find the files that are created in particular year??

  4. vikas Mhamunkar says:

    extraordinary site for learning Linux….:)

  5. S Govardhan Raju says:


    Very much thankful for giving examples to find command, but how to find particuler date files give me examples.

    Govardhan Raju

  6. Satyendra kushwaha says:

    Nice bro, your articles are awesome for Linux users.

  7. Lalit Dalmia says:

    Best site I ever have seen for the commands. A great work by you sir. Thanks a lot for making Linux commands so easier.

  8. Razeen says:

    Good extensive write up on Find Commands Ravi, keep up the good work !!!

  9. Luvpreet says:

    Tecmint is life for linux people.

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