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Unsightly Unicorn answered on June 9, 2021 Popularity 9/10 Helpfulness 4/10

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    The find command allows you to search a specific file by its name. You can use the find command with -name option followed by the file name that you want to search.

    For example, to search a file named file1.txt in the /etc directory, run the following command:

    If you want to ignore the case during the file search, use the -i option as shown below:

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