I am following along with a book "The Linux Command Line" by William Shotts and I'm in the chapter dealing with the Locate and the Find commands.
When I type in the following command I get an error from the shell:
christian@christian-MS-7A15:~$ find ~ (-type f -not -perm 0600 ) -or ( -type d -not -perm 0700 ) | wc -l
find: you have too many ')'
...but I'm quite sure I've typed exactly what's given in the book.
Just wondering if anyone might be able to help.
Also, I know this isn't specifically to do with Zorin OS and if need to take this question somewhere else, please let me know.