"List all files and directories in the current directory separated by commas and sorted by crtime"

Post #303031669 by chstewar on Monday 4th of March 2019 04:59:31 AM

List all files and directories in the current directory separated by commas and sorted by crtime

What I know so far:
ls -A will list all files except those starting with a dot
ls -d will list all directories
ls -m will separate contents by commas
For getting crtimes use:
stat filename will give me the inode number
or
ls -i filename will give me the inode number
Code:
df -h

will give me the root partition
Then I can use:
Code:
sudo debugfs -R 'stat <inode>' root partion | grep crtime

to get the crtime

I need to know how to tie all of this together.

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Last edited by RavinderSingh13; 03-04-2019 at 07:26 AM..
 

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