I would like to search recursively in all the files and directories under a directory for some strings e.g. library. I also would like to exclude files and directories which store downloaded ...
How can I locate a file using locate in CentOS under a specific directory from terminal? Locate search the whole database!
I have to search for a specific file type on a storage unit and also want to know their owners. With locate '*.txt' >> result.txt I find all files I'm looking for but I'm missing the owner this ...
What gives? Normal find and locate commands don't turn up the verify program that lives at /bin/verify. In fact, it seems they don't turn up anything that lives in /bin [jake@jace]/bin% "find" /bin/ ...
In Linux and Unix systems there are two common search commands: locate and find. What are the pros and cons of each? When one have benefits over the other?
I'm fairly new to Linux, and I've now found myself in a situation where I'd like to find where a file (with a partially-known filename) is in the file system. I'd like to know how to do this from the ...