Posted 14 May 2003 - 01:41 PM
I have been given directories to locate files from people who do not understand relative directories and directory structure in general. So I have a screen shot or a note that says "find the file in ../scripts/test/test.c" of course I don't know WTF "../scripts" could stem from!
So I would like to have a nice TREE printout of all of the directories so that I can manually eyeball it when need be.
Posted 15 May 2003 - 12:02 AM
however, the linux source has a generic UNIX version to compile, and it seems to be working. So problem solved.
Posted 15 May 2003 - 12:14 AM
The tree command has been removed from Solaris. Although it can be useful to new users learning the UNIX command-line interface, it is not particularly useful to experienced UNIX users, and there are better tools available for those using the graphical interface. You might try using ls -R, but of course, it will not generate the hierarchical overview provided by tree.
Why remove, albeit small, functionality?
Posted 15 May 2003 - 08:17 AM
Posted 15 May 2003 - 07:06 PM
Posted 19 May 2003 - 09:38 AM
Also you can do "find / -name test.c -prune" to list where that file is. Change / if you do not want to use the root path to which ever path you want to use.
Posted 19 May 2003 - 10:08 AM
But that did help a little to narrow down some things.
Posted 19 May 2003 - 10:32 AM
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