I just switched from MS-Windows server admin to Debian Linux server system administration roles. 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?
I am a new Sun Solaris UNIX user in our Lab. I would like to know more about finding files from the shell prompt. How do I find a file under UNIX operating systems using bash or ksh shell?