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This article covers how you can use the Find command to search and perform different operations efficiently. In fact, the Linux find command is a powerful tool that enables system administrators to locate and manage files and directories based on a wide range of search criteria. It can find directories and files by their name, their type, or extension, size, permissions, etc.



This article covers the whereis command which is useful for Locating the binaries and manual pages for various commands. Sometimes, while working on the command line, we just need to quickly find out the location of the binary file for a command.  


Linux whereis command syntax

The whereis command lets users locate binary, source, and manual page files for a command. Following is its syntax:

$ whereis [options] [-BMS directory... -f] name...




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