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Hi is there any way to use find to scan system for new files ?
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Old 16th February 2010, 13:00
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you coul do something like:

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find . -name * -type f -mtime -1
Which is looking for files in the current dir (and its subdirs) with the age of less than one day.
For more switches check "man find".
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