Re: Finding a file in all this mess?



***** charles wrote:
Hi all,

Is there a command (ls) that I can use that
will allow me to search the whole directory
structure from the top? Please give an
example where the filename is "xyz" and I
am in the / directory. The documentation
in linux really sucks unless one is already a
guru.

I agree with that. You have to find a good manual and read it. My favourite is
http://rute.2038bug.com/index.html.gz

Don't worry, once you get use to it you will start to enjoy Linux (and pity the windows users ;)

Mihai


thanks,
charles....


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