bfs

Bfs Installation On A Debian, Ubuntu And Kali

Bfs Installation On A Debian, Ubuntu And Kali

bfs

Breadth-first version of find(1)

Maintainer: Chris Lamb



Section: utils

Install bfs

  • Debian apt-get install bfs Click to copy
  • Ubuntu apt-get install bfs Click to copy
  • Kali Linux apt-get install bfs Click to copy

bfs

Breadth-first version of find(1)

bfs is a variant of the UNIX `find` command that operates breadth-first rather than depth-first. It tries to be easier to use than `find`, while remaining compatible with find(1). For example, bfs is less picky about where you put its arguments. bfs also adds some extra options that make some common tasks easier. When bfs detects that its output is a terminal, it automatically colors its output with the same colors ls uses.

To install the latest version of bfs in your favorite operating system just copy the bfs installation command from above and paste it into terminal. It will download and install the latest version of bfs 2023 package in your OS.