Re: find

In article <YdA%f.86100$zI1.8061@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
ivan danicic <ivand@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
:Hello All, Thanks for your valuable advice. I have now uninstalled "autofs"
:and the "find" works properly now. By the way, is there a way of stopping
:"find" looking into /media? It does not seem so, according to man find.

I think you'll find the "-mount" (aka "-xdev") option useful. It
prevents 'find' from wandering outside the filesystem where the current
path is located.

Bob Nichols AT I am "RNichols42"

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