Re: Finding all user files
look at "man find" - it won't give false positives (in contrast to the
grep with a user name).
> I tried 'ls -alR | grep <user>' where <user> is the login name of that
> user. It is simple and silly. If anyone knows anything else just let me
> > Can someone show me a way that I can find all files on a system belonging
> > to a specific user or group on a given system?
> > I've tried to find this out on my own, but I'm having trouble figuring out
> > what it is exactly that I'm looking for. :-)
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