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  • Linux Find Prune Exclude Multiple Directories Folders
    find -type d \( -name media -o -name images -o -name backups \) -prune -o -print find - Find all files in this directory ( )-type d - directory or folder-prune - ignore the proceding path of \( -name media -o -name images -o -name backups \) - The -o simply means OR-o -print - Then if no match print the results, (prune the directories and print the remaining results)
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    Rsync (Remote Sync) is a most commonly used command for copying and synchronizing files and directories remotely as well as locally in Linux Unix systems With the help of rsync command you can copy and synchronize your data remotely and locally across directories, across disks and networks, perform
  • How to rename multiple files on Linux - Ask Xmodulo
    In Linux, when you want to change a file name, mv command gets the job done However, mv cannot rename multiple files using wildcard There are ways to deal with multiple files by using a combination of sed, awk or find in conjunction with xargs However, these CLIs are rather cumbersome and not
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    One of the many utilities for locating files on a Linux file system is the find utility and in this how-to guide, we shall walk through a few examples of using find to help us locate multiple filenames at once Before we dive into the actual commands, let us look at a brief introduction to the Linux find utility The simplest and general syntax of the find utility is as follows:
  • disk space - Linux utility for finding the largest files . . .
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  • How to replace a string in multiple files in linux command . . .
    There are a few standard answers to this already listed Generally, you can use find to recursively list the files and then do the operations with sed or perl For most quick uses, you may find the command rpl is much easier to remember Here is replacement (foo -> bar), recursively on all files:
  • Backup Files and Directories in Linux
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