fd command in Linux

#Introduction

In this tutorial, how to use fd command in Linux. fd command-line tool to find files in the file system. this tool is very simple.

Install fd command

Using apt to install fd on Ubuntu Server.

sudo apt-get install fd-find

(Optional) Create an alias for fd that refers to fdfind.

alias fd=fdfind

(Optional) To make the alias permanent.

vi ~/.bashrc
#Add this entry to the bashrc file
alias fd=fdfind

Use fd command in Linux

Before using fd command in Linux, we need to read the help of the command.

# fd --help

The output terminal as below

fd command in Linux

find all files that were changed before a specified number of days

$ fd index /home/vagrant --changed-before 365d

Finding Files Inside a Specific Directory

$ fd password /etc
fd command in Linux 01

Finding Files Based on Extension

$ fd -e html
fd command in Linux

Finding Hidden Files

$ fd -H bash
fd command in Linux 03

More details information about fd command.

man fd
fd command in Linux 06

Conclusion

fd command is a simple command in Linux. It uses the number of lines of files. Thank you for reading the DevopsRoles page!

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