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The ls command lists the contents of a directory.

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under them. I've tried a couple different things to accomplish this, but so far none have worked: find ~ -type d -name "bin" -exec ls '{}' ';' | grep -v / I tested this and it will list the files … file2.txt The output looks something like this: bin file1.txt file2.txt find ~ -type d -name "bin" -exec ls -f '{}' ';' I read that doing ls -f will list only files, but this unfortunately also lists the directories bin, .. and . So how can I do this? …
asked Feb 17 '15 by Alex