I am new to UNIX. My issue is..... We are having a path like a/b/c/d/outfiles. The output files generated during execution of program are saved in this path(all output files will be with extension '.out' like output1.out). Is there any UNIX command to jump directly to the path outfiles? And is there any command to find the path of the file output1.out directly without searching for that path and downloading the file?
I am trying to use the command find . -name output1.out. ( It will search all the files in current directory and the sub directory). But if I am in a/b directory and searching for that file with that command and if any sub folders of b,c or d doesn't have read permissions, its stopped searching there.
Please help me on this as soon as possible.
If you want to go directly to a specific directory you can setup an "alias" in the OS shell. Google will give you examples.
If "find" fails because you have insufficient permissions on the directories, then fix those permissions.
These are not Oracle questions though, and there are plenty of websites out there with unix examples.