If i do.
$ ls -R .: 4Shared/ Cloud/ ./4Shared: UFAIZLV2R7.part3.rar ./Cloud: UFAIZLV2R7.part2.rar.part UFAIZLV2R7.part1.rar.part UFAIZLV2R7.part4.rar.part
If I want to list the
.rar files only, and I use grep, it will show me too the
.rar.part files, what is not my wish.
I am solving this using
ls **/*.rar as told in this thread and they work fine, but I would like to learn if it is possible to do it via
I have tried (thinking about
ls -R | grep ".rar\n"
with no results.
I think that the problem lies in discover if the greping is found at the end of the line, but I am not sure.
Is there any help here please?
$ anchor matches the end of a line.
ls -R | grep '\.rar$'
You can also use
find for this.
find . -name '*.rar'