How do I recursively search all text files for a string such as foo under UNIX / Linux / *BSD / Mac OS X shell prompt?
I‘m a new Linux user. We have a backup server and most our developers sftp or ftp to upload files. I just need to backup of last four weeks. If I try to list or remove directories I get an error cannot remove directory. I’m getting “Argument list too long” message. How do I solve this problem when executing commands in the bash/ksh/csh/tcsh/zsh shell?
How do I find all files with one ore more blank space (while spaces) in their name under UNIX like operating systems?