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Where are downloaded files stored?

Posted on 1998-08-29
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I'm using the Lynx browser that comes with RedHat 5.0.
Does anyone know where files downloaded eg: *.mid *.zip are stored?

Thanks
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clwells082798 earned 50 total points
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Not sure off hand but you if you know the name of the file that you downloaded you can just type:

updatedb

followed by:

locate filename.zip

You should get a list of files matching your description from the locate command
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by:MadHack
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Hmm I'll try it out. Please give me more info if you have any.
Thanks :)
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