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I am working on a project for a client that is running one server with ubuntu 8 and another server with Windows server 2003.  I am trying to create a script to copy a backup folder each night form the linux box to the windows box.  I am using the Find command to limit the folders copied.  but when I run the find command for the command line on the linux box I the this error.

-bash: Find: Command not found

how can I fix this issue.

thanks
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by:TobiasHolm
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Hi!

Try specify the whole path to find, i.e. /usr/bin/find

Regards, Tobias
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...and look in your script so that you are using small caps, "find" and not "Find".

Regards, Tobias
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by:chenault68
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the "F" got me.  thanks for the help.
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