At 8:23 pm, Saturday, February 16 2002, Christopher Booth mumbled: > I am wondering if there is a maximum amount of files that the file system driver can read on fat16 drives ? That I'm not sure about. > I'm not sure how to do file count on the drive to see how many files I have. > How do you do this from the command-line ? > Nautilus reports 4331 items, totalling 1.4 GB > the default directory has 166 files 103.8MB > > Any ideas ? > No ideas about the problem, but 'find <path> -type f -print | wc -l' will tell you how many files are in the directory. (Yes, I know you don't need -print, but I'm allowed to be pedantic) -- Steve <shorty> Argh, konqueror is eating again memory like a hog <shorty> 9127 shorty 18 0 19448 16M 12184 R 88.0 13.2 6:18 kdeinit <liiwi> it's konquerroring your machine.
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