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md5deep and hashdeep
Produces a report containing md5 code for each file in a directory folder tree. Useful for checking if files have changed - compare current report with previous. Used for checking if a folder tree has been changed for whatever reason - maliciously, accidentally, etc.
md5  security  software  linux  comparison  checksum  file  folder  directory  recursive  integrity 
june 2013 by therobyouknow
Recursive Linux "Find Files Containing" : Joe Grossberg
find . -name '*.*' -exec grep -i -H -n 'string_to_search' {} \;
Make sure path expression is in single quotes e.g.'*.*' and so is string to search
cli  command  find  grep  howto  linux  recursive  script  search  unix  look  lookfor  directory  folder  subfolder  leaf  iterate  hierarchy  path  within  contains  inside  string  computing  work 
july 2010 by therobyouknow
Processing All Files in a Directory Recursively - Perl Tutorial Course for Windows
The most well explaned recursive file search solution yet

use File::Find;
$dir = "c:/web";
find(\&edits;, $dir);
sub edits() {
print "File name is $_\n\t\tFull path is $File::Find::name\n";
}
perl  tutorial  directory  read  recursion  traversal  search  library  programming  language  computing  processing  all  files  file  folder  recursively  path  node  leaf  branch  howto  filesystem  recursive  work 
october 2009 by therobyouknow

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