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Okay, I finally found a way to achieve exactly what I wanted. Especially the setting about how many results get shown seems to be only available via the parameter generated on the "Settings" page. Here is a step by step guide and at the bottom I will provide the conclusion as to how you can assemble your own search URL based on the "Settings" page. If you ...


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Try something like this: filetype:mp4 Or: -inurl:(htm|html|php) in title:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +size +(mp4|avi|mkv) "name_of_what_I_am_looking_for" Where you can put whatever other extension you are looking for instead of +(mp4|avi|mkv), like this: just mp4: +mp4 some other formats: +(m4v|mov)


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As far as I know, MediaWiki's standard installation does its search on the page syntax. So you may simply combine your key word with the category definition in parantheses: keyword "[[Category:keycategory]]"


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You can use the link: Advanced Search operator. Find pages that link to a certain page. For example, you can find all the pages that link to google.com. link:google.com source


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You can use advanced search in google, and provide the Last Updated field as "Past year". Alternatively, you can use "Search Tools" Hope, that will help.



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