On Linux, is there a way to sort ls output by users? What I try to achieve is something like this: user_a file1 user_a file2 user_b another_file user_c this_file user_c ...
I really enjoying using control+r to recursively search my command history. I've found a few good options I like to use with it: # ignore duplicate commands, ignore commands starting with a space ...
How do you sort du -sh /dir/* by size? I read one site that said use | sort -n but that's obviously not right. Here's an example that is wrong. [~]# du -sh /var/* | sort -n 0 /var/mail 1.2M ...
I'd like to take this command find -maxdepth 1 -type d | while read -r dir; do printf "%s:\t" "$dir"; find "$dir" | wc -l; done ( from here ). which has an output of basically ./kennel: 11062 ...