Learn Red Hat Linux Episode #13: Finding Files Commands (find, locate, updatedb, man)

 

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In this tutorial we will continue with command line and cover a few command for finding files. There are two primary commands for finding files, find and locate. Locate is my preferred command, however you need to update the database using the command updatedb. We will also continue using the help pages within the Linux terminal, – -help and man. Also, I will show you how to efficiently find files you may not know the name to using terminal.

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