I am trying to find and delete all ".wma" files on my computer.
I looked around the web but they did not work for ubuntu 12.04.
Anyone have a quick command line I could use?
on 08/18/2012 – Made popular on 08/18/2012
Hello; I need to find the path to a file I know the name of but not the location. I have been searching all of the folders in the "places" under "computer" and not finding the file I want to find and remove. I can't find a command line tool to do this.
But I am sure a command exists to find lost files, just what is it.
I'm running Ubuntu 14.10, but I originally installed 14.04. When I was using 14.04, I had no trouble deleting files. Ever since I upgraded (several weeks ago) from 14.04 to 14.10, I find that the "Files" application freezes for about 30 seconds most of the time when I delete a video file. (I've tried .mkv, .avi, mp4).