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Finding files through Thunar

I have xfce installed with thunar as the file manager. It would be very productive to have a tool that allows the user to find files, similar to catfish (which seems to have been developed by the Ubuntu team). Does such a utility exist for non-Ubuntu OS's?
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xfce4-session-logout(1) 				      General Commands Manual					   xfce4-session-logout(1)

xfce4-session-logout - Logs out from Xfce SYNOPSIS
xfce4-session-logout DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the xfce4-session-logout command. The xfce4-session-logout command allows you to programmatically logout from your Xfce session. It requests the session manager to display the logout confirmation screen, or, if given one of the command-line options below, causes the session manager to take the requested action immediately. OPTIONS
xfce4-session-logout takes the following command line options: --logout Log out without displaying the logout dialog. --halt Halt without displaing the logout dialog. --reboot Reboot without displaying the logout dialog. --suspend Suspend without displaying the logout dialog. --hibernate Hibernate without displaying the logout dialog. --fast Do a fast shutdown. This instructs the session manager not to save the session, but instead to quit everything quickly. --help Print a help screen and exit. --version Output version information and exit. AUTHOR
xfce4-session-logout and this manual page were written by Brian Tarricone <> and Benedikt Meurer <> as part of the Xfce project. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2004 Benedikt Meurer. Copyright (C) 2008 Brian Tarricone. Oct 7, 2008 xfce4-session-logout(1)