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On Tue 30 Jan 01,  9:07 AM, Deja User said: 
> Try to narrow your search as much as possible, as 'find' can take a while to 
>search...
> >Rusty, the find command is IMO one of the most powerful tools UNIX
> >(and GNU) has to offer.  The first argument to find is always the
> >directory to begin the search in (searching is recursive).  It then
> >takes options after that to tell it what to look for.
 
yes, system commands (commands which only root is likely to use) are
usually in /sbin and /usr/sbin.

commands that everyone uses tend to be in /bin and /usr/bin.

pete


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