[CentOS] Re: Shell Question
tony at softins.clara.co.uk
Mon Mar 19 23:08:10 UTC 2007
In article <20070319223304.57032.qmail at web37115.mail.mud.yahoo.com>,
Al Sparks <data345 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> So I list out some directories, and I redirect the output to a file
> called "out".
> I do it with:
> find . \( -type d ! -name . -prune \)' > out
> I then go into "out" using my favorite editor and remove any
> directories I don't want to search.
> When I do a
> find `cat out` -name 'something*'
> I get an error on any directories with whitespace in them. When I try
> to place quotes around that name, it doesn't work, nor does putting a
> backslash in front of the space help.
> Any shell experts out there have any ideas?
Try replacing the second find with:
cat out | while read d; do find "$d" -name 'something*'; done
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