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Old 02-05-2010, 12:54 AM   #1
vinaytp
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ls command in Unix


Hi all...

I have a script that is in Unix. I wanted to know is there any difference between output of ls command in unix and linux

In Unix
Code:
ls -ltr | awk '{print $9}'
In linux output is something similar to
Code:
drwxrwxrwx 2 vinay vinay 4096 2010-02-04 20:31 test
According to above output nothing will be displayed for
Code:
ls -ltr | awk '{print $9}'
ls -ltr | awk '{print $8}' will give test as ouptut in Linux.

I wanted to check the output format for ls -ltr, Anyone using Unix systems may paste a sample output of the command ls -ltr..

Thanks...
 
Old 02-05-2010, 01:11 AM   #2
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The default date format in ls can vary across systems; never try to parse the output from ls.
Simple ls (no options) with filenames that have no spaces is just about safe ... maybe.
 
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Parsing output from the stat command (for each file) may be more portable.
 
  


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