Given a list of file names, how can I sort it by file modification time? The resulting output needs to look exactly like the input with the exception that the data has been sorted accordingly. Here ...
I have a number of files with names like: beginning_num1_734_num2_1.363e+12_num3_800.pdf beginning_num1_735_num2_7.453e+13_num3_800.pdf beginning_num1_1007_num2_9.453e+12_num3_1200.pdf I'd like to ...
I'm googling for this, but the terms are so generic I'm getting way too many false positives, so what the hey, I'll ask here. I'm sure there's a simple answer but I don't generally script in *nix. ...
I want to read a numbered directory which is under a path, into a variable in shell script. The paths are something like this: .../releases/R1/... .../releases/R2/... .../releases/R3/... Each time ...
For each subfolder, sort files by name and rename them to sequential padded numbers (regardless of extension)
I have the following directory structure: . ├── event-a │ ├── album-a │ │ ├── a.jpg │ │ └── x.png │ └── album-b │ ├── a.jpg │ ├── x.png │ └── y.gif └── event-b ├── ...
For various reasons I decided to use RAR archive to store some data, instead compressed tar. Happy with decision, except for one thing: I can't find a way to store files sorted. Order of files is ...
I have a bunch of files from log1 to log164. I'm trying to LIST the directory (sorted) in a UNIX terminal but the sort functions are only providing the format like this: home:logs Home$ ls -1 | sort ...
I want to show this kind of statistics about a particular directory: $ myscript.sh .c 34265 files .h 17866 files .cbl 1804 files .pco 389 files [...] Is there a tool that can do this? Here is my ...
Result of a normal find using find . ! -path "./build*" -name "*.txt": ./tool/001-sub.txt ./tool/000-main.txt ./zo/001-int.txt ./zo/id/002-and.txt ./as/002-mod.txt and when sorted with sort -n: ...