Tagged with dot_clean

Leon Chung

find Command

In an attempt to remove .DS_Store files that Finder creates on network shares, I learned about the -exec option in the find command. Sometimes find can feel overwhelming, especially when you've been spoiled by Spotlight or Google, but basically it's formatted this way: find [options] [path] [expression] Back to our story about the dot underbar files on network shares. Once upon a time, you had to run defaults write com.apple.desktopservices DSDontWriteNetworkStores true ...

terminal find AppleDouble dot_clean