• Some points for attention when using the find command in Linux


    If the – path parameter is used in the find command, the file name matches the shell wildcard pattern. At this time, the metacharacter cannot recognize ‘/’   And ‘.’   。 for instanceSuppose there are four files in the / root directory, and their absolute paths are: Copy code The code is as follows: […]

  • Method of using find command to find hidden files in Linux


    We can use the find command on Linux or UNIX systems to query all (all) hidden files The basic syntax is as follows: Copy code The code is as follows: [ [email protected] ~]#Find / file / folder to find / – name “. *” – Print Explanation: 1. “. *” indicates the file name to […]

  • Methods of cleaning files and environment variables in Linux system


    Use the find command to help you find the files that need to be cleanedOne problem that plagues almost all file systems — UNIX and others — is the accumulation of files. Few people are willing to spend time cleaning up the files they no longer use and reorganizing the file system. As a result, […]

  • Linux file search and other basic commands (3)


    1. Linux contains a large number of files, for file search, Linux provides the find command. Find is a very effective tool. It can traverse the target directory or even the entire file system to find some files or directories find [path…] [expression] amongexpressionThere are three types: options, tests and actions. Multiple expressions are separated […]

  • A brief overview of find command in Linux


    Under Linux, the find command searches for files in the directory structure and performs the specified operation. The find command under Linux provides quite a lot of search conditions, which is very powerful. Because of its powerful function, find has many options, most of which are worth our time to learn about. Even if the […]

  • Exec of Linux find command


    Find is a Linux command that we often use, but what we usually find out is not just a look, but also further operation. At this time, the function of exec is revealed. Exec explains: -The exec parameter is followed by the command, whose termination is marked by;, so the semicolon after the command is […]

  • A brief overview of xargs in Linux find command


    When using the – exec option of the find command to process the matched files, the find command passes all the matched files to exec for execution. However, some systems have restrictions on the length of the command that can be passed to exec, so that an overflow error will occur after the find command […]

  • String lookup CMD find command


    I’m so dependent on findstr that when I explain the find command to you, I still have to type the find / command in the CMD window, and then press the Enter key heavily. The execution result of find /? Is very fast. When you swish, all the help information comes out. Compared with the […]

  • Explain the find and locate commands of directory and file in Linux


    find Find path – command parameters [output form] Parameter Description:Path: Tell find where to find what you want,Command parameters: many parameters, which will be discussed belowOutput form: there are many output forms, – print, – printf, – print0, – exec, – OK, – ls, anyway. Read the manual. Let’s talk about exec,-The exec find command […]

  • Common commands and differences between find and grep under Linux


    When using Linux, you often need to find files. The main search commands are find and grep. There is a difference between the two commands.  Difference: (1) The find command is to find the file according to its attributes, such as file name, file size, owner, group, whether it is empty, access time, modification time, […]

  • The difference between which, where is, locate and find in Linux


    We often want to find a file or command in Linux, but we don’t know where it is. We can use some of the following commands to search. Where to view the executableWhere is where to view filesLocate with database to view file locationFind ﹣ find ﹣ search hard disk actually query file name 1、which […]

  • Linux basic command introduction 3: file search and others


    1. Linux contains a large number of files. For file search, Linux providesfindCommand. findIs a very effective tool, it can traverse the target directory or even the entire file system to find some files or directories: find [path…] [expression] amongexpressionThere are three types:options、testsandactions。 Multiple expressions are separated by operators. When operators are omitted, the default […]