These are very much limited, partial equivalents. In this particular case, I'm not replicating all the functionality of the unix 'find', but 9 times out of 10 when I use find, I use it like this:
find . -name 'sqlnet.ora' -print
You could of course use the Windows Explorer search. However, this doesn't help if you want to, say, save the results into a text file or process them in a batch script. And, also, I prefer the commandline!
Anyhow, my quick and dirty DOS equivalent is:
dir /B /S sqlnet.ora
Some explanation, if its needed:
- The /S says do a recursive listing
- The /B is actually do a 'bare' listing with no size or date info. In this context though its use is that it prefixes the directory onto the output for each file