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How to find a file over a meg on a system

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I want to use the find command to find all my large files.   I can find all files equal to a meg and using Kfind I can find all files over a meg that I have access to as a non root user.   I want to use the <Greater than> comparison using the Bash find command running as root.

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find ./ -size +1024k
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I read that before and think I put it in with a space or something.  Good job !
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