am a new bash shell scripting user. How do I find out the size of a file in my bash shell script and store this file size in a bash shell variable?
need to find out the numerical value of a file on a FreeBSD system. For example, get 644
instead of -rw-r--r--
for the /etc/resolv.conf
file. Is there is a way to get this value in my bash shell script?
How do I find out an inode (index-node) of a file under Unix like operating systems?
am a new Linux user. How do I find and list file sizes on Linux? How can I find out file size under Linux using bash shell/terminal prompt?
How do I find out file size under UNIX / Linux operating system and store the same to a variable called s?
ow do I create 1 GB or 10 GB image file instantly with dd command under UNIX / Linux / BSD operating systems using a shell prompt?
How do I find out if a file is more than one hour old in a UNIX shell and take action on all matching file such as delete or move files.