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    Printing Directory Tee/Structure


    Hi
    I am looking for a utility that can print the directory tee/structure of my SLES 10 installation and user directory.

    Thx

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    For a text-only version for printing a directory tree, check to see if you have the "tree" command installed:
    Code:
    which tree
    If not, you should be able to find it easily in your regular package repository, and install it using the rpm command. If not, Google tells me that the "tree" .rpm can be found in the "Software Development Kit" installation media.

    Also, check out "Graphviz", which is a library that can construct trees and graphs using a very simple markup language.

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