To find recent or today modified files in Linux, you can use the find command with the -mtime flag. Here's the command:
- Open the terminal.
- Type the following command:
find /path/to/directory -type f -mtime 0
Replace /path/to/directory with the actual path of the directory where you want to search for modified files. The -type f option ensures that only regular files are considered.
The -mtime 0 option indicates that you want to search for files modified within the last 24 hours (0 days).
- Press Enter to execute the command.
The command will display a list of recently modified files within the specified directory.