Tree under Linux is more powerful, but the general system does not have this command, it needs to be downloaded and installed manually.
yum -y install tree
– a Displays all files and directories.
– A Use ASNI drawing characters to display a tree instead of ASCII character combinations.
– C adds color to the list of documents and directories to facilitate the distinction of various types.
– D Displays the directory name, not the content.
– D lists the change times of files or directories.
– F Displays the complete relative path name before each file or directory.
– F adds’*’, /’, =’,’@’,’|’to the execution files, directories, Sockets, symbolic connections, and pipe names.
– G lists the group names of the files or directories to which they belong, and if there is no corresponding name, the group identification code is displayed.
– I do not list file or directory names in a ladder.
– I does not display a template-style file or directory name.
– If you encounter a directory that is a symbolic connection, list directly the original directory to which the connection refers.
– N does not add color to the list of files and directories.
– N directly lists file and directory names, including control characters.
– P lists permission labels.
– P displays only file or directory names that conform to the template style.
– Q replaces the control character with a “?” number, listing the names of files and directories.
– s lists file or directory sizes.
– t is sorted by the change time of files and directories.
– U lists the name of the owner of a file or directory, and if there is no corresponding name, the user identification code is displayed.
– x limits the scope to the existing file system. If some subdirectories in the specified directory are stored on another file system, the subdirectory is excluded from the search scope.
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