I just stumbled in an oddity with the find command on Linux, in a nutshell I had the need to find all files smaller than 2Kb in a certain folder, so I issued the command: find /folder_to_search_into/ ...
I try to script something similar to Removing files older then 1 month, but leave files created at the 1st day of the month. The difference is that I need one file per month. I am using the script ...
I am trying to locate any user home directories and their files that are writable by anyone. I wrote this: find /home -type d -perm -200 | grep . || echo no world-writable directories here ...
I have a directory tree of files I need to loop through and reformat the lines. can I do this with sed with some combination of find? for each file, I'll need to adjust the text in the file from ...