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How to traverse sub. dirs?

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Jack Werner
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Re: How to traverse sub. dirs?

This solution might be termed un-elegant or quick&dirty;
Why not redirect the std out of a find /u/data -exec ls -l {} ]; > find.out for example.
Then use vi to make any changes you want. Granted, this is quick and dirty and you need enough memory to vi a 100M file. Set x permission on the file and execute it after you have finished making your changes. BTW does net_perm expect a file or a directory and couldn't you look at the net_perm source and simplify this entire process a lot?
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