The Modern UNIX command “fd” replaces the “find” command with a twist
fd is a Linux program to find entries in your filesystem. It is a simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to find. In this video, we’ll show you how to install fd on your system, and go over some basic examples of how to use fd in the command line.
0:00 – Intro
1:19 – fd Github page
2:55 – Updating your System and Installing fd
4:26 – Setting up the fd Binary
6:30 – Accessing fd Help
7:43 – Using fd
9:00 – Searching in Different Directories
10:03 – Searching for Extensions
11:15 – Narrowing Searches
12:27 – Searching for Specific Files
13:22 – Searching for Hidden Files
14:34 – Executing Commands Using fd
18:00 – Outro
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