Finding files with the Linux command line. Using find & locate The find command on Linux is very useful for finding commands on your Linux installation. In the example below, I am using wild-cards to look for all the c source files in a certain folder. [email protected]:~/Documents$ find -name "*.c" ./strobe.c ./myftp.c ./utv_gd.c ./syscall.c ./program.c …

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The Linux find command is useful for finding files on your Linux system. It is possible to look for more than one file type. This example will search for all text and png files under the /usr/share directory. [email protected]:/usr/share$ find -regex ‘.*txt\|.*png’[email protected]:/usr/share$ find -regex ‘.*txt\|.*png’ This example will search for three different file types. [email protected]:/usr/share$ …

This command will search a directory recursively to find files matching a pattern. C:\Users\Homer>where /R C:\Users\homer\Documents *.txt C:\Users\Homer\Documents\age-of-ultron-script-outline.txt C:\Users\Homer\Documents\windows10key.txt C:\Users\Homer\Documents\Downloads\Linux The Complete Manual 2nd Edition (TRUE PDF)\Torrent downloaded from AhaShare.com.txt C:\Users\Homer\Documents\Downloads\Linux The Complete Manual 2nd Edition (TRUE PDF)\Torrent Downloaded From ExtraTorrent.cc.txt C:\Users\Homer\Documents\Downloads\Linux The Complete Manual 2nd Edition (TRUE PDF)\tracked_by_h33t_com.txt C:\Users\Homer\Documents\Downloads\Linux The Complete Manual 2nd Edition …

Finding all executables in a given path is easy if you use the lsx utility. Firstly install the required packages. [email protected]:~$ sudo apt-get install suckless-tools [sudo] password for jason: Reading package lists… Done Building dependency tree Reading state information… Done Suggested packages: dwm stterm surf The following NEW packages will be installed: suckless-tools 0 to …

The find command is very useful for locating files on your Linux filesystem. Below is an example of wildcards to locate files in the /boot directory. [email protected]:~$ sudo find /boot -name "vm*" [email protected]:~$ sudo find /boot -name "vm*" /boot/vmlinuz-3.13.0-44-generic Here I am searching the whole / filesystem for a set of files that end in …

The lsb_release -a command will print the Ubuntu version to the terminal. This is how you find out information about your Ubuntu installation. [email protected]:~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS Release: 14.04 Codename: [email protected]:~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 14.04.2 …

The Linux command line is very useful for finding files, the find command is the best way to locate files on your filesystem. This is a simple example. [email protected]:~$ sudo find /proc -name "meminfo" [email protected]:~$ sudo find /proc -name "meminfo" /proc/meminfo Use the -maxdepth parameter to only search a certain number of levels deep into …

The Linux command line offers useful tools that enable you to find files easily. The find command is one useful example. Here I am using the find command to look for all *.png files in a folder. [email protected] ~/Documents $ find /usr/share/backgrounds -name “*.png” /usr/share/backgrounds/linuxmint-petra/linux_mint_16.png /usr/share/backgrounds/linuxmint-petra/petra.png /usr/share/backgrounds/warty-final-ubuntu.png And using wildcards to find all files with …