In today’s Linux tip, we look at the find command – a tool that will prove very useful when you’re trying to locate a file or set of files based on almost any criteria. Leave a comment and let us know which command you want featured in a future Linux Tips video.

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3 Comments

Diego Fenner

May 9, 2020

Great tips using find!
I have a question… how can I find a specific word inside all files in my directory?

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Antonio Mario Magalhaes

May 9, 2020

Hi Sandra, thanks for posting the video. It had been a while since I used find -name, so your video was very useful.
If I may, I'd suggest that, next to your first example, you might immediately include an example with ".". This only comes up kinda halfway through the video and sort of in passing. Thank you.

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Krishnan Sriram

May 9, 2020

I have been following your work for sometime. Glad you are posting tips on YouTube. Appreciate your dedication and your work. I’d want my 7 year old to get started on LINUX. Any tips?

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