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Course Name: Searching in Linux: Regular Expressions for Beginners

Subtitle: Find the files you are looking for and select only the useful lines with find, grep and regular expressions.

Instructor: Taught by Andrei Bunghez, Embedded Software Engineer | PM | Android Rookie

Category: IT & Software

Subcategory: Operating Systems

Provided by: Udemy

Price: $20 (before discount)

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Review info & popularity

As of July 11, 2016…

Students: 1906 students enrolled

Ratings: 32 reviews

Rank: ranked #169a in Udemy IT & Software Courses

Brief course description

Do you want to master regular expressions? Would you like to be able to search for files from the Linux command line based on their name, owner, permission or size? Do you want to be able to perform an action on any file of a specific type? Take this course and find out how.

This course will first take you through the basics of command line, changing and listing directories, wildcards, file and directory permissions. Even if you are an experienced Linux user, you might learn some interesting things from these lectures.

After this, you will go through the options, expressions and actions that are supported by the find command. You will be able to find files that, for instance, are owned by a particular user and exceed, or are under, a specific size. Or, you will be to do specific actions on specific files at the same time with only one command (e.g. create multiple archives based on the file types). I will also teach you about the locate command and its advantages and disadvantages over find.

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Andrei Bunghez bio

Hello! I am a passionate software engineer working mostly in the embedded networking world. I have a degree in Computer Science from the Politechnica University in Bucharest, major in Compilers and Operating Systems and have recently obtained an Android Developer Nanodegree from Udacity.

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Final details for this Udemy course

Languages: English

Skill level: Beginner Level

Lectures: 17 lessons

Duration: 1 hour of video

What you get: Find any file on a Linux filesystem

Target audience: Linux beginners and intermediate users.

Requirements: Little to none experience with a Linux system

Access: Lifetime access

Peace of mind: 30 day money back guarantee

Availability: available online, as well as on iOS and Android

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