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linux tree command limit number of files displayed in each directory

I want to use tree (or similar) to see the directory structure of a given directory as well as whether each subdirectory has files in it. So, how could I use tree but limit the maximum number of ...
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Linux: not able to see all options for `tree` command

I'm trying to list the contents of a directory recursively and in color using the tree -C command. However, my shell reports an error and it displays an info-entry for sed instead. The tree command ...
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How to find text files with a certain phrase (including quotation marks) on mac?

I want to find all text files containing source-code like class="some class". When using the Finder search, it is not working, seems like Finder is looking for "some class". Recommendations to other ...
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Export-Import data in GnuCash

I'd like to take a huge number of transactions in an account, and copy them in another new set of accounts. I tried to export -> accounts and then in the new file import -> accounts and it ...
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How to hide a directory and its contents on Centos

A quick Google search did not clear up my issue. I need to hide a directory on Centos 6. I want to do that because I'm running the command tree to print the tree directory structure, but I don't want ...
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linux: is tree -i -f -L $depth supposed to be faster than find -maxdepth $depth?

I am querying specific directories to see if I find files with a specific pattern in them and I have been trying it with two different commands: Standard find command: find -L $unix_dir\*/ -maxdepth ...
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Why do so many programs use “foo.bar.baz = qux” style configurations?

I've noticed that tons of programs store configuration info in various hierarchial keys. For example, Firefox's about:config has keys like network.http.pipelining and network.http.pipelining.ssl and ...
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How to search a tree folder

How can I do a search of all directories calles i18n under trees like src/main/resources using find or any other unix command. Everything I'm trying doesn't work I'm looking for something like: ...
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Making an alias for `tree -P '*name*'`

I'm creating an alias for the following command with the tree program: tree -P '*name*' This works exactly as I want. But when I create an alias for this command, the command behaves differently: ...
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Is there a program that will show a tree of the differences in two file trees?

In windows I manually back up from time to time by formatting my external drive and copying the contents of my data partition over. Inevitably there is a difference in the number and size of the files ...
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How to print dir tree of a 7zip archive?

Before extract archive.7z, I always check what in side: $ 7z l archive.7z ...SKIP... 2010-01-01 00:00:00 ..... 25856 7367 jsloader/resource/gre/modules/source-editor-textarea.jsm ...
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gnu tree: downloading and installing on linux account with no root access?

I would like to download and install (compile) gnu tree on linux machine with no root access, but Googling GNU tree doesn't even give me a page where to download it to. Anyone?
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How can I store Windows “tree” command output in a file and retrieve it again?

When I do a tree > somefile.txt the file indeed contains the output of the tree command, but the lines drawn in the console are displayed as accented letters ÃÄÄÄ. Which encoding or mode do I have ...
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Why don't ANSI symbols work in PuTTY/Debian?

The awesome application tree, which I installed in Debian with apt-get install tree, has the option of drawing its output using ANSI graphics. Its output looks like this now: . tqq node_modules x ...
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Tree command list one level all files

How can I use the tree command to list current directory as a tree? If I do tree -L 1 It only lists the directories, how can I get it to show the files as well?
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Mac OS X equivalent of the Ubuntu “tree” command

Is there any equivalent of the Ubuntu tree command for Mac OS X ?
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Create symlinks recursively for a whole tree

I am seeking for a command that would re-create a whole tree of files in a different directory. I would prefer to have all symlinks absolute. Can I do that with a find and xargs? ;-)
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Visualizing Parallel Branch and Bound Tree Exploration

I have written a parallel program that does a depth first branch and bound exploration of a tree. I can dump the id's (id's are like this 0, 00, 01, 0000, 0001, etc.) of the nodes at frequent ...
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Confirm that two filesystems are identical, ignoring special files

/media/A and /media/B should be identical, but I want to confirm before deleting one. Duplicate file finders don't work, because they'll find two copies of the same file within B, for instance. I ...
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Software to generate taxonomy trees

Is there any software that automatically generates something like this from a list?
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STP recovery on tree root failure and recovery?

What happens in an STP topology if the root node fails then recovers? After the failure I guess that the two segments elect a new root for each one. When the old root returns, does it get back as ...
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changing the format of a usb drive

I have a usb drive that once I type in the tree command. I have one file that is out of place. It is located at the bottom of the tree and need to move it. F:. ├───DATA ├───GAMES │ ├───MATCH32 │ ...
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Ubuntu's ls can show unicode characters, but tree cannot, even with tree --charset unicode

Ubuntu 10.04's ls can show unicode characters, but tree cannot, even with tree --charset unicode or utf8. Is there a way to solve it. echo could interpret the escape characters except cat list.txt | ...
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On Windows 7, dir or tree can't show unicode characters, even starting cmd with cmd /U

On Windows 7, dir or tree can't show unicode characters, even starting cmd with cmd /U So I would press Window Key + R to run something, and type in cmd /U so that the content might handle Unicode. ...
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tree command windows

I am using flags /a and /f. I want to make the | and --- appear for subdirectories too. At the moment, it lists files in sub directories but does not show the | or ---
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Diagramming tool to edit a binary tree

I would like to create a diagram of a binary decision tree. What free tool will make that easy?