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using the find command to find all files you have read access to

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http://www.linuxforums.org – Hi, I'm going through the exercises in Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming. One of them consists of using the find command to find all files you have read access to. At first I thought I could use something like -perm /o=r. But I also need to return stuff where the owner has read permission, and I am the owner of the file, or stuff where the group has read permission, and I am in the group. How do I do that? Thanks. (HowTos)