On 12 May 2006, at 09:59, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> Okay, please, a little twister for you. I installed some 2 gigs of a
> Xilinx package which obviously is only supporting Linux because
> twisted their arms. So I get a Xilinx/bin/lin directory with 200 libs
> and half a dozen executables.
>> Getting this running is the best kept secret in the thing. How can
> I get
> a listing of that bin/lin subdir _without_ the 200 libs? In other
> I want a directory listing of everything _except the .so files.
Find is your friend.
Either "find Xilinx/bin/lin -type f \! -name '*.so' -print " - to
list all files not called "*.so", or
"fine Xilinx/bin/lin -type f -perm +001 -print" - to list all files
with the o+x bit set.
Colm Buckley / colm at tuatha.org / +353 87 2469146 / www.colm.buckley.name
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