In this Linux/Mac terminal tutorial, we will be learning how to use the find command. The find command allows us to scan through our file system in order to find files and directories that meet a certain criteria. We will also learn how to perform actions on the results that are Let’s get started.

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Gigi Macara Conducta

April 15, 2020

THIS shit right here is GOLD dude! Keep up the good work.

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A Abid

April 15, 2020

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ELOM Tech

April 15, 2020

Great video, I find it very usefull and easy to follow.

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dervendic

April 15, 2020

can i retrieve unsaved draft from terminal? please help

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Kamlesh Patil

April 15, 2020

Superb!! Excellent WOOW

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Meziane Ted

April 15, 2020

Thank u very much dude !

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Christian Poirier

April 15, 2020

Thanks! This video was helpful 🙂

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Andrey Kharitonov

April 15, 2020

Hey man, thanks a lot!
So far it's a really good and well-structured tutorial unlike many around there that go about as: "kay, we're done with ls and pwd, next stop – homebrew"

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Vishesh

April 15, 2020

😍🤑

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Code Is Fun

April 15, 2020

literally, the best video on this topic I've ever seen.

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Abdourahman Mahdi

April 15, 2020

You explain better than my own prof. Thank you very much for the good content.Really means a lot to me

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Dinesh G

April 15, 2020

Can you change a file to archive directory by using path ??and remove 30days old files in archive?

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Gon-Salis ZB

April 15, 2020

.

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Vikram Tidake

April 15, 2020

You explains things very well and in very sophisticated language with appropriate examples….thanks

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Rudy Lopez

April 15, 2020

This tutorial is amazing!!! I had no idea I could "find" based on time or time range as shown in the video. I can't wait to go to work on Monday so I can try this out on my work files. THANKS!!!

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2233Brenda

April 15, 2020

What so weird about listening to this dude is what is written on his screen is not the words that's coming out of his mouth…like spaces, dots, dashes…I see those things on the screen, but he doesn't say anything about them…I find this to be really weird.

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big wills

April 15, 2020

Please sir, different between: find / -name file.txt and find / -type f -name file.txt . So, what does "type" means and when to use.

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Testing 123

April 15, 2020

You are The EXCELLENT presenter/tutor. I am getting different list counts from two similar find commands. The only difference is "*.*" and "*", see blow example. Can you please explain why? Thanks again.
find /abc/egf/[a-z,A-Z,0-9]* -name "*" -exec ls -alt '{}' ; 337,377 files counts
find /abc/egf/[a-z,A-Z,0-9]* -name "*.*" -exec ls -alt '{}' ; 335,427 files counts
Note:- Both of the command missing a lots of files.

Please tell me how to get each and every file in list.

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Siva guptha devisetty

April 15, 2020

excellent Video about find. It helped me alot to utilise find.

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82rah

April 15, 2020

Nice tutorial, thanks. If you ever do a version two, please include how to limit search to reduce unwanted results. I think ! -prune -not should help here but haven't figured it out yet!

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Domithacus Van Thistlebloom

April 15, 2020

Any idea why find . -name *JPG -exec rename 'y/A-Z/a-z/' {} + won't work?

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Alifiyah H

April 15, 2020

THANK U!!!

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Perhaps

April 15, 2020

Can the -exec option be used to run more than one command on the results?

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Rizal Meijer

April 15, 2020

Great explanation! thanks!

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gstuff1973

April 15, 2020

That was excellent! Many Thanks.

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JC

April 15, 2020

how to search that pesky space eating file and display it into Human readable format:
find . -size +1G -exec ls -lh {}

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babarbarlas782

April 15, 2020

just wow

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Shahaboddin Shaabani

April 15, 2020

Thank You

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Alexander Knyazev

April 15, 2020

Explaining complex things in an easy to understand way – I think, it's one of the most satisfying things in life, both for an apprentice and a master. Thank you so much for your efforts making all these videos of top quality.

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Abhishek shah

April 15, 2020

Corey > Man pages

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