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Using the Find Command! Linux Terminal 201 – HakTip 162

Find is a powerful Linux command! Learn some techniques in this episode!
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  • You have spaces in your paths? Ugh…

  • It's awesome you use other Linux commands (like "sort") while you teach us about another think. Thanks a lot 🙂

  • You don't need the dot. It's just saying to search the current directory, which is does automatically unless you tell it otherwise.

  • another awesome video! thanks

  • @snubs love the shirt

  • Thank you. Great vid

  • its not relative vs absolute path in the stdout from the command. The first required param is the absolute path where the search starts. If you use a ` . ` bash interprets the parameter as the current working directory, if you use a ` / ` find searches from the root of the file system. Thats why you got so many more results from the ` / ` example.

  • Kali linux or parrot os???

  • Yeah hah5! I want a sticker. Love your vidz. Keep up the good work.

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  • use your search with 'less -X' to keep that last bit on the screen after you quit out

  • Which one is better? Eero or Ubiqui? First time I hear about Eero.

  • oldfind plox 😀

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  • I know most of these commands, but it's just so nice when ever a new hak5 comes out!

  • Thank you a lot for useful tips, you have wonderful skill to explain boring thing in a fun way!

  • Maybe what the first parameter means was not explained properly (at least at first), the first parameter is the path from which find searches down the hierarchy. That output is big because you had permission errors since you are not root, if you use find / -name Wallpaper2.png 2>/dev/null the errors will disapear because the error stream is redirected to null.

  • Mir5Mir5

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    I was always too lazy to learn find and would use locate. Thanx for this tip, awesome lesson…

  • I find this video very helpful

  • how to find a hiding folder with ls ?

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    Under 301 views

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