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Table 12-6: File Operations Execution Moves (renames) a file. mv takes two arguments: the first is the file to be moved. The second argument can be the new filename or the pathname of a directory. If it is the name of a directory, then the file is literally moved to that directory, changing the file's pathname: $ mv today /home/chris/reports Moves directories. In this case, the first and last arguments are directories: $ mv letters/thankyou oldletters Creates added names for files referred to as links. A link can be created in one directory that references a file in another directory: $ ln today reports/monday Removes (erases) a file. Can take any number of filenames as its arguments. Literally removes links to a file. If a file has more than one link, you need to remove all of them to erase a file: $rm today weather weekend
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Once you have a large number of files in many different directories, you may need to search them to locate a specific file, or files, of a certain type. The find command enables you to perform such a search. The find command takes as its arguments directory names followed by several possible options that specify the type of search and the criteria for the search. find then searches within the directories listed and their subdirectories for files that meet these criteria. The find command can search for a file based on its name, type, owner, and even the time of the last update.
$ find directory-list -option criteria
The -name option has as its criteria a pattern and instructs find to search for the filename that matches that pattern. To search for a file by name, you use the find command with the directory name followed by the -name option and the name of the file.
$ find directory-list -name filename
The find command also has options that merely perform actions, such as outputting the results of a search. If you want find to display the filenames it has found, you simply include the print option on the command line along with any other options. The -print option instructs find to output to the standard output the names of all the files it locates. In the next example, the user searches for all the files in the reports directory with the name monday. Once located, the file, with its relative pathname, is printed.
$ find reports -name monday -print reports/monday
The find command prints out the filenames using the directory name specified in the directory list. If you specify an absolute pathname, the absolute path of the found directories will be output. If you specify a relative pathname, only the relative pathname is output. In the previous example, the user specified a relative pathname, reports, in the directory list. Located filenames were output beginning with this relative pathname. In the next example, the user specifies an absolute pathname in the directory list. Located filenames are then output using this absolute pathname.
$ find /home/chris -name monday -print /home/chris/reports/monday
If you want to search your working directory, you can use the dot in the directory pathname to represent your working directory. The double dot would represent the parent directory. The next example searches all files and subdirectories in the working directory, using the dot to represent the working directory. If you are located in your home directory, this is a convenient way to search through all your own directories. Notice the located filenames are output beginning with a dot.
$ find . -name weather -print ./weather
You can use shell wildcard characters as part of the pattern criteria for searching files. The special character must be quoted, however, to avoid evaluation by the shell. In the next example, all files with the .c extension in the programs directory are searched for:
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