find command

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    Find Last 30 days modified files in Linux

    Linux allows you to search for files across the system using the find command. But what about the cases when you need to find files that were modified in a certain time period? Linux has commands for that purpose as well. It is the -mtime option. It’s used together with the find command to...
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    Steps to change permission to files and folder with Find command

    If you want to change the permissions of files or folder in bulk then you can use “find” command. You can follow below steps to You have to change directory for which we need to change the permissions. You can change the directory permission to 755 and file permission to the 644, so we have to...
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    Utilizing the Find Command in Linux: A Complete Guide

    You aren’t utilizing the Command Line Utility to its fullest if you aren’t or haven’t used the Find command till now. It’s simplicity and versatility makes the Command Line a must-use tool for everyone using Linux machines. In UNIX-based machines, it’s used as default to search for files using...
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    Linux Find command and it's usage with example.

    Find Command in Linux : The Linux Find Command is used to search and locate list of files and directories in Linux File system. You can find files on behalf of users, permissions, groups, date, size, file type and other possible criterias. Examples of Find commands : 1. Find Files Using Name...