Help with Unix Find Command for Red Hat

Is there a way to format a Unix find command that will search all filesystems for all instances of device files, sgid and suid files?  We have a requirement to baseline our systems so we have something to compare against in case new files of these types show up later.

Thanks,

Joe
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Maciej SConnect With a Mentor sysadminCommented:
find / -perm /4000 -o -perm /2000
This will find suid (4000) and sgid (2000) files.
If this doesn't work, you may try replacing '/' with '+', but this is deprecated way.

All device files are located in /dev/. To get full list, you may use:
find /dev/ -print
or
simple ls /dev/ command.

I think you can use following command to have listed all files you want:
find / \( -perm /4000 -o -perm /2000 -o -type c -o -type b \)
You may also add "-ls" option to above find command (after ending "\)") to have output similar to the one you can get with ls -l file.
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netwrkedAuthor Commented:
Works great, many thanks for an easy solution!

Joe
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