There are many options or expressions you can use with find, and each option is prefixed with a hyphen ‘-’. Let’s first go over the main options before we do any examples.
|-name||Find files by filename.|
|-perm||Find files with different access or permission bits on a file.|
|-prune||Use this option to stop find hitting the current dirrectory name specified; however, if you use the -depth option, then prune is ignored.|
|-user||Find files by user ownership.|
|-group||Find files that are a member of a certain group.|
|-mtime -n +n||Find files that were accessed or modified less ‘-’ than or more ‘+’ than x days ago. There is also an atime and ctime option with find, but they all do practically the same thing, so we’ll just look at mtime.|