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You can search within each particular archive type as follows: cd /dir/where/you/want/to/start/search find . -iname '*.zip' -exec unzip -l {} \; | grep 'file_pattern' find . -iname '*.tar.gz' -exec tar tvf {} \; | grep 'file_pattern' find . -iname '*.7z' -exec 7z l {} \; | grep 'file_pattern'


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You can try using grep -r: Here is an example where I grepped for the text "listen_address" in any file from my home dir: aploetz@dockingBay94:~$ grep -r listen_address * Documents/stackOverFlowAnswer_connectToCassandra.txt~:If you are connecting to Cassandra from your localhost only (a sandbox machine), then you can set the `listen_address` in your ...


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Via find and grep I don't use grep -r because in POSIX systems, you don't find -r parameter for grep. find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 grep 'your_email_address' {} \; Or find . -type f -exec grep -l -- 'your_email_address' + There are many possibilities. The command finds all files in the current folder and subfolders and passes the result to grep. ...


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This question does not concern Ubuntu but rather blender, however I still have an answer for you. Blender has its own text editor which you can open by selecting text editor from the current editor button. After you are in the text editor simply select the browse text button (icon that looks like a notepad) and select system-info.txt.


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I think you are asking for CTRL+s which shows this dialog If you want to search in nautilus you have to use CTRL+f which shows this dialog:


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apt-cache is a good idea if you now the package name. But in your case apt-file search wipefs is the better choice. % apt-file search wipefs manpages-de: /usr/share/man/de/man8/wipefs.8.gz manpages-fr-extra: /usr/share/man/fr/man8/wipefs.8.gz util-linux: /sbin/wipefs util-linux: /usr/share/bash-completion/completions/wipefs util-linux: ...


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See the manpage for wipefs. It is part of util-linux(-ng) and already installed in a base system. rinzwind@schijfwereld:~$ which wipefs /sbin/wipefs rinzwind@schijfwereld:~$ wipefs --version wipefs from util-linux 2.25.2 From USC: So the command would be sudo apt-get install linux-util but normally this would show an error stating it already is ...


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Install the Privacy Indicator applet and just turn off all the features you don't need. Then (in the same applet) click on Clear Zeitgeist log. That's the easiest and fastest way to improve the speed of the dash while keeping the functionality you do need.


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Here are some things to do: Disable online search results: Launch System Settings and go to Security & Privacy, under the Search tab, turn off the check box which says When searching in the Dash: include online search results Stop recording file and app usage: In System Settings and go to Security & Privacy, under the Files & Applications ...



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