I am a heavy user of the locate tool, which is part of the findutils package. It's fine to use it on command line, but sometimes I would also like to search for a file (as fast as with locate) within ...
I'm trying to use the locate command to find files in my home folder, however whenever I try and run this I get no results: locate -i -l 4 --regexp '^\/home\/jack\/[A-Za-z0-9\/\ ]*(My.)*$' I've ...
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 keep my digital music and digital photos in directories in a Windows partition, mounted at /media/win_c on my dual-boot box. I'd like to include those directories—but only those directories—in the ...