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LUMINA-SEARCH(1)	FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual	      LUMINA-SEARCH(1)

NAME
     lumina-search -- searches for files and applications.

SYNOPSIS
     lumina-search [-no-excludes] [-dir	[DIRECTORY]] [-search  term]

DESCRIPTION
     lumina-search brings up the graphical utility to search the system.
     There are two search filters: "Applications" and "Files or	Directories".
     The utility searches the system according to the selected filter.	Search
     results populate a	list with the most relevant options first.

     lumina-search optional commands:

     -no-excludes
	     Excludes nothing from the search.

     -dir    Opens the utility pointed at the working directory.

     -dir DIRECTORY
	     Opens the utility pointed at the specified	directory.

     -search term
	     Opens the utility and searchs for the specified term.

EXAMPLES
	   % lumina-search -dir	/home/aaron/Downloads/
     Opens search utility pointing to Downloads.

	   % lumina-search -search Hello World
     Searches applications for things relevant to the phrase "Hello World".

FILES
     /usr/local/bin/lumina-search

AUTHORS
     Aaron St. John _aaron@ixsystems.com_

1.3.3			       November	7, 2017				 1.3.3

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