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Mastering The Linux Shell - Finding Anything

Apr 06, 2013 - Tags:

You know how you get those emails that suggest you can find out anything about anyone? They claim to be able to locate any person and tell you who they are, where they are from, the date they were born, and what their background is . . . You'll be happy to know this isn't the subject of this article. It's a lot more fun than that. We're going to find out where files are hiding and once we do, I'll tell you what you can do with them. Sounds like fun? Then let's get started. 

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