Possible Duplicate: How to pass parameter to alias? I am trying to shorten the find command, but getting an error: $ alias f='find . -name $1 -print' $ f JobConf.java find: paths must ...
From http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/81379/674 -path does not (re)define the start path. It refers to the combination of the start path and the relative path of the currently examined object. ...
The find command provides the option -path. I understand that one has to define where to start looking [commonly known as "path"]. Trying to figure out what it is used for, I found many examples using ...
use warnings; use File::Find; my $srceDir = "//mnt/Share_Drive/Verizon PM&T/Capture Files/"; opendir(DIR, $srceDir) or die "Can't open $srceDir: $!"; my @files = (find -type f -newermt "12 Feb ...