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find command for the newest 500 files in a directory tree and also be POSIX compliant
I am looking for a single line shell script or unix command to find the newest 500 files in a directory. Major constraints are it should be POSIX complaint and the directory can have tons of files.
Jun 1 '12 at 18:18
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