How do I determine, when a file was last opened? I've looked at man ls (using GNU coreutils 8.22) and I don't see anything about this timestamp.
Is there a way to define the number of columns in ls output? I got this far: ls -C sorts in columns and ls -1 produces one column. --tabsize = option to produce two columns resulted in what looks ...
How can I display octal notation of permissions with ls - and can octal represent all permissions? [duplicate]
After looking at the man page for ls on my system and searching Google, I see there IS a hack of way to use awk or perl to show octal permissions when using ls, but with bash is there anything more ...
I've got a directory with about 100,000 files in it. ls -f hangs for over a minute. I ran strace, and immediately started seeing getdents, so ls is clearly reading the directory. I also see a lot ...