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Hi, Is there an index based file search utility availble for linux. What is the fastest file search utility available for linux Thanks a lot, CHamal....
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    Index based file search


    Hi,

    Is there an index based file search utility availble for linux.

    What is the fastest file search utility available for linux

    Thanks a lot,
    CHamal.

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    To my knowledge "whereis" is probably the quikest... (terminal command)
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    Re:

    Thanks UgoDeschamps,

    Does that command(whereis) uses file indexing. If it does do I have to update the index regularly. Can I search inside sub folders with that command.

    Thanks a lot,
    Chamal.

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