For the purpose of finding the location of my data among many portable disks, I'm trying to create plaintext lists of the contents of all folders and files of certain extensions and sort them by size. ...
All, I want to list the top 5 image files (png,jpg) in a given folder.What's the best approach? I'm using the following currently but it doesn't give the right output: find . \( -iname \*.png -o ...
The physical order of the files matters when I copy them onto my USB stick and listen in car mp3 player. Most of my music album folders are unsorted, e.g. ls -f may produce: 03.song3.mp3 01.song1.mp3 ...
How can I do a simple find which would order the results by most recently modified? Here is the current find I am using (I am doing a shell escape in PHP, so that is the reasoning for the variables): ...