Once in a while I download a few files to a directory
d. During time lots
of files were downloaded and I tried to look at them in the order
they were downloaded sorted from oldest to newest.
I decided that the order doesn't matter so precisely, but the files
I have accessed in the other way (e.g. opened a
I used the command:
$ ls -rtlu
but it wasn't what I was looking for because the videos downloaded
shortly one after another were separated by about 100 other files
I haven't shown any interest in them recently. And all of them have the same
access time in the output
Feb 11 16:44. The first video was downloaded
Feb 11 16:28 and the second was downloaded at
Feb 11 16:45.
Can I correct the output to list the files according to the access time but leave out (or get rid of) the files I don't work with?
e.g. finding out what accessed them (I think it could be audit application I installed recently)