... find the last 10 modified files in a directory AND it's subdirectories (recursively). i do Code: ls -Rlt | head -10 and it does the job, except it doesn't list the files modified within a subdirectory. rather, it only lists the sub-directory containing the file. For example, if I have a file in /Downloads/Torrents that fits this criteria, and i do an ls -Rlt | head -10 in /Downloads/, then the folder "Torrents" will be part of the output, instead of the file IN /Torrents. are there any other commands that can sort by modified time? "find" can sorta do the job, but it needs a specific time like "within 1 day," or "the last 24 hours." and that's a lil too specific for me. THANKS!