recursively find *.c files for processing

The goal is to find *.c files to be processed with dos2unix: find . -name *.c | xargs dos2unix -f In an attempt to troubleshoot the above command: [email protected]:~/csim/exercise$ find . -name *.c ./6-1/dinph_3p.c ./6-1/dinph_pi.c ./9-2/lift.c ./6-4/cmptr.c ./8-7/station.c ./7-4/hire.c ./5-2/ran_test.c ./8-4/cmptrm.c ./9-5/trunked.c ./8-5/computer.c ./9-3/aloha.c ./12-3/mcpu.c ./10-5/abp_pi.c ./6-2/dinph_3p.c ./6-2/dinph_pi.c Why is that when BASH is moved…

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Getting messages from services that don’t exist

For about 3 hours this afternoon, I got the following messages from services that I don’t have (either uninstalled or never heard of): [2020-01-27 14:02:57] dss-mint [daemon.info] [systemd] Started ntp-systemd-netif.path. [2020-01-27 14:03:11] dss-mint [daemon.err] [ntpdate] the NTP socket is in use, exiting [2020-01-27 14:06:44] dss-mint [daemon.info] [ntpd] Deleting interface #4 wlxbcec23100000, 192.168.0.11#123, interface stats: received=119,…

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List all files that are more than a year old with date, ownership, file size in human readable format, and in order?

Basically, we want to find all files that are more than a year old for archiving purposes.. we have a specific drive dedicated for data storage. Inside those are sub-directories which contains other sub-directories as well. What we want is a command that we can run to list all those files with the following details:…

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