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How do I run a find command to find php files but I exclude a folder i.e. /usr/local/bin?

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Prune it.

find some/dir \( -type d -path some/dir/some/other/dir -prune -o -name '*.php' -print \)
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You can use the find command in linux to do this. Something like this should work.

find / \! -path "/usr/local/bin/*" -name "*.php"
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