I want to have a list of all pdf files in the directories. What the command can do it. I remember that is combination of ls and /.pdf but don't remember what exact combinations.
on 01/31/2012 – Made popular on 01/31/2012
I am getting new pc next week, and i am backing up with a tar file for all of /home/me, and a copy of select files/folders into dropbox. I am still on 10.04 LTS, everything has worked fine, so i've never updated.
So, i did this once before when i got this pc and installed fresh, but can't remember. I do remember having permission issues moving old files into the new.
I have to find specific files only in the current directory...not in the sub directories.
But when I use Find command ... it searches all the files in the current directory as well as in the subdirectories. I am using AIX-UNIX machine.Please help..
I am using the below command. And i am able to list files only in the directory but not in sub-directories.
find . ! -name .
I need to search for files in a Linux directory that has 256 sub-directories, but I do not want to list or show the empty directories (no files or subdirectories). I want the list to show the directory name, date, modified timestamp and the size of each file.
Did a lot of searching in Google , but can't find this. I want to use find or grep