I was looking for a file in my source and tried both locate and find. Surprisingly locate was searching in entire machine and was faster than find, which was searching only in current directory and ...
Reviewing the find man pages for Linux and for Unix, I came across the fact that the mlocate.db seems to apply to 'find' based searches as well as to 'locate' executions in certain flavors of Ux. So ...
Suppose that I have a directory with name _file and includes two sub directory like _1 and _2 and on each one I have some text files. I want to search a word like foo in one of these text files. How I ...
Sometimes I want to run certain files, but I don't want to navigate all the way to the folder. If I know the file name and find -name file_name.py only returns one result, can I just use that? For ...
There seem to be two different methods of searching for files in Catfish What is the difference?
I'd like to use mlocate on my Ubuntu server, but only to index certain directories (e.g. /home and /data, but not everything under /). However, mlocate's standard configuration works the opposite way; ...
Background: I'm trying to build my program but first I need to set up libraries in netbeans. My project is using GLU and therefore I installed libglu-dev. I didn't note location where the libraries ...