Command option Sample:find -mtime

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find -mtime -1 -ls    YMLib - LinuxR}h - find : http://ymlib.com/YMWorld/CLinux/F/CLF001/YMWCLF001.html
find -mtime -1 /    g0t r00t? pwning a machine – muellis blog : http://blogs.gnome.org/muelli/2009/06/g0t-r00t-pwning-a-machine/
find -mtime -1 1    Memo/Linux/find - DEX Lab : http://dexlab.net/pukiwiki/index.php@cmd=read&page=Memo%2FLinux%2Ffind
find -mtime -1    rmlint — rmlint (2.6.1 Penetrating Pineapple) documentation : http://rmlint.readthedocs.io/en/latest/rmlint.1.html
find -mtime -2    Finding files that have been modified within X days : http://help.directadmin.com/item.php@id=415
find -mtime -3:: 3    find - uochan - Scrapbox : http://scrapbox.io/uochan/find
find -mtime -7 -daystart    linux - "find -mtime" does not work as expected on files with different timezones? - Server Fault : http://serverfault.com/questions/207792/find-mtime-does-not-work-as-expected-on-files-with-different-timezones
find -mtime -atime -ctime does not support fractional part (see "Functional changes" below) : http://pipeline.lbl.gov/code/3rd_party/licenses.win/findutils-4.4.0/NEWS
find -mtime -exec) \    Linux Find Command - Use, examples, explanations and manpage : http://sarata.com/linux_find.html
find -mtime [+-]n" is broken:    findutils - Bugs: bug #14619, find -perm +... broken in 4.2.25 [Savannah] : http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/@20005
find -mtime +0 -mtime -1    cli helper. Docs : http://en.clihelper.com/ldocs/find_mini_tutorial.html
find -mtime +0 -mtime -1    Using -exec option with find : http://www.softpanorama.org/Tools/Find/selecting_files_by_age.shtml
find -mtime +1 -exec chmod o-rwx    enseignement:unix:regexp:find [G. Monard] : http://merry.lctn.uhp-nancy.fr/gmonard/dokuwiki/doku.php@id=enseignement%3Aunix%3Aregexp%3Afind
find -mtime +1 and zsh's    command line - How to list files older than a day with "2015" in filename? - Ask Ubuntu : http://askubuntu.com/questions/606569/how-to-list-files-older-than-a-day-with-2015-in-filename
find -mtime +1 only return files older than 2 days    Find a file which is 30 minutes old - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange : http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/145313/find-a-file-which-is-30-minutes-old
find -mtime +1" says to match files modified two or more days ago    Find command in Unix - DBA References : http://www.dbaref.com/find-command-in-unix
find -mtime +1    Find command – examples using mtime | Oracle Systems DBA Reference : http://15zips.com/wordpress/2012/07/find-command-examples-using-mtime/
find -mtime +1    Freeing up Inodes - Cleaning Inodes - kossboss : http://www.kossboss.com/@p=205
find -mtime +1    LINUX - find files older or younger then certain days - delete them too if you want - mtime - KossBoss (moved to: ram.kossboss.com go there for newer content) : http://sites.google.com/a/kossboss.com/main/linux---find-files-older-or-younger-then-certain-days---delete-them-too-if-you-want
find -mtime +10     pico SHELL + FTP + Mysqldump + Mysqlcheck - :: Flying Way :: : http://www.flyingway.com/vb/showthread.php@t=79308
find -mtime +2    Vim tips: The basics of search and replace | Linux.com | The source for Linux information : http://www.linux.com/learn/10-tips-using-gnu-find
find -mtime +30 -mtime -60    Christophe Pallier's Blog – Linux tips and tricks : http://www.pallier.org/linux-tips-and-tricks.html
find -mtime +365    Using find -exec or xargs to process pathnames with other commands : http://teaching.idallen.com/cst8207/13w/notes/180_finding_files.html
find -mtime 0 -type f -print    Useful Commands | Jose Abell's Research Blog : http://www.joseabell.com/pages/useful-commands-.html
find -mtime 1    find command : 14 Ways to find files in Unix and Linux : http://www.adminschoice.com/find-command-15-ways-to-find-files-in-unix-and-linux
find -mtime 5 -type f    UNIX INTERVIEW QUESTIONS : http://www.kalyanhadooptraining.com/2013/10/unix-interview-questions.html
find -mtime 5 -type f    Unix Interview Questions on FIND Command : http://www.folkstalk.com/2011/11/unix-interview-questions-on-find.html
find -mtime command    linux - find, rounding and daystart - Stack Overflow : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13286740/find-rounding-and-daystart
find -mtime fails to return results that ls -l show are there    linux - find -mtime fails to return results that ls -l show are there - Super User : http://superuser.com/questions/697470/find-mtime-fails-to-return-results-that-ls-l-show-are-there
find -mtime in hourse and minutes     How to Use the find Command with the -size Test: An Explanation : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php@t=2003393
find -mtime is used to search files based upon modification time. This is    10 Example of find command in Unix and Linux : http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2011/03/10-find-command-in-unix-examples-basic.html
find -mtime is used to search files based upon modification time. This is    10 Examples of find command in Unix and Linux | System Code Geeks - 2018 : http://www.systemcodegeeks.com/shell-scripting/bash/10-examples-find-command-unix-linux/
find -mtime returns less results than with -ctime. I suppose I can combine both    Gentoo Forums :: View topic - [SOLVED] gdm 3, accountsservice and UID < 1000 : http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-875487-start-0.html
find -mtime to find our files and then call another command to copy them to the target hierarchy. Since cp (as far as I can tell) doesn    bash shell script: copy only files modified after specifieddate | Moving to Freedom, .Org(on) : http://movingtofreedom.org/2007/04/15/bash-shell-script-copy-only-files-modified-after-specified-date/
find -mtime vs ls -clt differ     Enumerating hardlinks? : http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php@307139-find-mtime-vs-ls-clt-differ