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how do I view a file strictly by the date it was accessed/created/downloaded [duplicate]

I am looking for a command that I can use to locate a file by the date a file was created on my computer
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Personal files disappeared after ubuntu upgrade

I was coming from Ubuntu 12.04, I upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 with a live CD today. Something went wrong in the installation Executing 'grub-install/dev/sda7/' failed This is a fatal error Now, I ...
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How much MB / GB does the installation download?

I didnt find this specific question. I am not asking how large the installer is (12.10 btw). And I am not asking if I can install ubuntu without the internet. I have read that I can just install via ...
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Which system files are updated when you install/update/remove a package?

When a new package is installed (even from source), or existing ones are updated/deleted/purged, some system files seem to be updated. Which are these? I want the files which contain the list of ...
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Store multiple synchronized copies of a file [closed]

I would like some advice on how to, if it is possible, do the following:- I want to have the same text file in a number of locations. I would like all files to update no matter which file I modify. ...
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Local server updates for the network

I have setup one computer on our network as the file server. Because Internet here in Tanzania is both slow and expensive I would like that one system to download all the updates and then the other 10 ...
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Hibernate to a swap file

I have configured a new Ubuntu 10.10 installation in a Notebook to use a swap file, instead of using a swap partition. For default is not possible to get Ubuntu to hibernate using a swap file, so i ...