Linux Tutorial: The Power of the Linux Find Command

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Check out my new Linux channel: Sadly in Linux, certainly Ubuntu, the default GUI file search is not always useful. With a little patience you’ll find files quickly using the command line, where your options are most powerful. Fight for the users in our Discord:


  1. I want to unhook your dress then remove your tits from your bra. Then carefully caress your nipples with my tongue, enjoying every inch of your tits with my tongue. Eventually, when your nipples go hard I would then caress them with my hands while looking at your sexy eyes.

  2. 7 years already at the time I'm typing this. Nowadays Youtube is only for selfish people to promote themselves, drama , fake pranks and elsa/spiderman videos. I regret that time when content was much more genuine like this one.

  3. hi girl how are you.
    I am from Brazil.
    Can you tell me what did you use to make those effects when do you open the windows.
    For example. When open the terminal showed elements that looks like magic.

  4. find ~ -iname "*xxx*" -exec mv -v {} media/pr0n is just comic genius. I even posted it on facebook to see how many laughs I'd get, haven't had any comments or likes yet but maybe it was the wrong crowd.

  5. Hey Nixie Pixel, I'm a newbie to linux. I sold my Windows laptop, and my windows gaming machine crashed not long ago. I was handy enough around some computer hardware to build my own system from scratch, but in resistance to forking over more money to Microsoft or illegally cloning a friend's hard drive for a copy of Windows, I loaded SteamOS (Running on Debian 7). I actually like the interface alot, but still am lost in many aspects. Honestly, when i first started to play with the machine I could not even get videos to load. I loaded a bunch of software in the software installer and installed flash many different ways… No avail… then one day after a computer restart videos magically started loading on my new linux pc. I am trying to upload other software on my computer… maybe Wine so I can play some of my favorite PC games, I'll also probably also need GIMP photo editing software, and I'll definately need to get a Microsoft Office replacement. Any quick suggestions of video tutorials to look up with my specific build of Linux to get me rolling?

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