Today's article has you finding files with a certain extension - in the terminal, of course...

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There are all sorts of ways to skin a cat, but this article uses the 'find' application. I'll probably do a simpler article using the locate command, just 'cause locate really is easier syntax. It'll give me an excuse to have people install mlocate.

Anyhow, the article does what it says it does. I prematurely hit the publish button, sending out erroneous article notifications. I decided to NOT send out an 'Oops!" email. I figured folks would figure it out on their own.

My bad. That doesn't happen often, but it has happened once or twice before. I had fewer readers back then.


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You mean..."there are more ways to kill a cat than choking it with butter".....!
 
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You mean..."there are more ways to kill a cat than choking it with butter".....!

That works too. It's usually, "There's more than one way to skin a cat."

Though, I mean, skinning a cat is probably frowned on. I'm pretty sure animal abuse is a sign of psychopathy, especially if you start at an early age.
 
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