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SAMS Teach Yourself Unix in 10 Minutes by Robert Shimonski

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Summary

In this lesson we covered the fundamentals of finding files and directories within your Unix system as well as the different commands you can use. You also learned how to search the contents of a file itself with the grep command. In addition, you were introduced to finding files in the KDE GUI. Spend some time mastering the find and grep commands, and you will see that they are useful when you want to find data on your Unix system. We have skimmed only the surface of what grep can do once mastered. Visit the man page for grep and take a look at its power. Get comfortable using the man command; it can help you as well! Now that you can see that Unix provides a set of powerful utilities to help you find what you are looking for, you shouldn't ...

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