just switched from MS-Windows server admin to Debian Linux server admin role. I need to find a directory called project.images. I was also told that the locate command is the simplest and quickest way to find the locations of files and directories on Linux. But, the locate command is not working out for me. How do I find project.images directory using command line options only?
ow do I match dot files under Unix / Linux using bash
shell? Why .*
considered as harmful when matching dot files under bash shell?
ow do I find out all files that have been modified on 2013-02-07 (07/Feb/2013) using find command under Linux / Apple OS X / *BSD and Unix like operating systems?
am login to a remote server using a ssh client. I am annoyed with the arrow key behavior during insert mode in Vim. As soon as I hit arrow keys, vim display A B C D on screen. How do I fix this problem under Unix like operating systems?
How do I find out all empty files and directories under Linux / Apple OS X / BSD / Unix like operating systems and delete them in a single pass?
I‘m a new Unix user and trying to find the hidden directory called .movies but I do not know where it is on the file system. How do I find a hidden folder or directories under Unix like operating systems?