linux command to find php.ini

Posted on 2004-11-26
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
What is the linux command to find file name php.ini
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Question by:teera
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    Hi teera,
    You can try 'locate php.ini'. Possibly the locate command is not installed. If it is not then you can use 'find / -name php.ini -print' but it will take longer.
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    If you have midnight commander installed, you have a tool with which to do a lot of commandline jobs without needing to know all those commands. There you have a "Find File" menupoint.
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    or try whereis php.ini

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