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|Originally Published: Sunday, 30 April 2000||Author: Joseph Kordish|
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Canada Computes: Linux for Newbies, Part 10: Finding Files
Finding things is somewhat easier on Linux than on some operating systems. Because Linux has a logical file structure. Even though the logic of the file system helps, when you are looking for something among the thousands of files that typically populate any Linux setup, it's nice to know that there are aids for finding things.