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  • linux - Using ls to list directories and their total sizes . . .
    Is it possible to use ls in Unix to list the total size of a sub-directory and all its contents as opposed to the usual 4K that (I assume) is just the directory file itself? I E total 12K drwxrw
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  • How do I list files with full paths in Linux? - Super User
    For completeness, the ls -lR command will list the name of each file, the file type, file mode bits, number of hard links, owner name, group name, size, and timestamp of every file (that you have permission to access) from the root directory down (l is for long list ie all that info, R is to recurse through directories, starts at the root of the filesystem )
  • linux - Unix - List all directories and subdirectories . . .
    I would like to list all the directories and sub directories in and below the current path Since I only wanted to display directories I came up with the follwing command: find -type d -exec ls -d
  • linux - How to find creation date of file? - Stack Exchange
    The POSIX standard only defines three distinct timestamps to be stored for each file: the time of last data access, the time of last data modification, and the time the file status last changed That said, modern Linux filesystems, such as ext4, Btrfs and JFS, do store the file creation time (aka birth time), but use different names for the field in question (crtime in ext4, otime in Btrfs
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  • command line - Get a list of all files in folder and sub . . .
    You can do this on command line, using the -R switch (recursive) and then piping the output to a file thus: ls -R > filename1 this will make a file called filename1 in the current directory, containing a full directory listing of the current directory and all of the sub-directories under it
  • What does cp: omitting directory mean? - Ask Ubuntu
    The reason it says omitting directory is because cp and all copy utilities, that I know of, create a list of files and sub-directories to be copied before starting to copy the files When the --recursive options is missing, sub-directories get bumped off this list As such, omitting refers to removal from the copy list, not from your source media I believe this addresses the meaning of the




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