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A collection of Unix/Linux find command examples

...   Abridged examples Basic find command examples Find directories with the Unix find command ...

Blog - alvin - Mar 3 2014 - 2:24am - 23 comments

More Linux find command examples

... table of contents   Basic find command examples Using find to search multiple directories ...

Blog - alvin - Jan 25 2014 - 6:26pm - 0 comments

Teleport - The Unix/Linux cd command, improved

... table of contents   The Teleport command Teleport command help For basic use, tp is just like ... is fantastic. Just what I was looking for. However I find that sometimes I need to list the commands and then jump to a number. This ...

Blog - alvin - Mar 23 2014 - 11:25pm - 25 comments

Linux find command recipes

... when you're working with files, tools like the Linux find command are very helpful. So, I've decided to put together this list of ...

Blog - alvin - Jan 25 2014 - 6:25pm - 0 comments

Find command - Find files not matching a pattern

Unix/Linux find "patterns" FAQ: How do I find files or directories that don't match a specific pattern (files not ... "*.html" That's it. This Linux find command using the "not" operator creates a list of all files not ...

Blog - alvin - Jan 25 2014 - 6:30pm - 0 comments

How to use the Linux sed command to edit files in place (and make a backup copy)

... files successfully, or really screw things up, all in one command. :) Yesterday I ran into a situation where I had to edit over ... editing commands I wanted to run -- a series of simple find/replace commands -- but my bigger problem was how to edit the files in ...

Blog - alvin - Apr 14 2014 - 3:42am - 0 comments

Wikipedia Reader

... don’t work yet. To quit the application, use the [Command][Q] keystroke, or select the Quit option from the menu. Also, your ... had a little spare time to work on this -- but you can now find it on Github: https://github.com/alvinj/WikipediaReader ...

Blog - alvin - Apr 18 2014 - 4:20pm - 0 comments

Linux find example - how to copy one file to many directories

... this turns out to be really easy. I used the Linux find command, in combination with the cp command. Once I figured out the right ...

Blog - alvin - Jan 25 2014 - 6:23pm - 1 comment

Unix/Linux grep command examples

... Case-insensitive file searching with the Unix grep command Reversing the meaning of a grep search Using grep in ... your grep pattern match Power file searching with find and grep Related Unix/Linux grep commands and tutorials ...

Blog - alvin - Feb 8 2014 - 2:17pm - 15 comments

Linux find command - multiple filename patterns

... search for files with different names with one Linux find command. They wanted to create a list of all files that ended with the ...

Blog - alvin - Jan 25 2014 - 6:28pm - 0 comments