Linux: All files modified within 30 days

Posted on 2011-09-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I want a file named "recentlymodified.txt" to be created, containing a list of ALL files within /home/mydir/ (recursively) that have been modified within the past 30 days.
Question by:hankknight

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mohansahu earned 200 total points
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Use the below command  to find last modified  30 days ago.

find /home/mydir -iname "*.txt" -mtime -30 -print


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medvedd earned 300 total points
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find /home/mydir/ -mtime -30 -print >recentlymodified.txt

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