What’s the most recent file on my backup drive? #bash #oneliner #einzeiler

“ls -l `find /feilner-it-backup/ -type f -printf “%T@ %p\n” | sort -n | cut -d’ ‘ -f 2- | tail -n 1`”

Mind that there’s three different kinds of upticks/quotation marks in this command… And yes,I am sure there’s a find parameter or an xargs command to do the same as the command substitution for ls – but that’s what worked for me, without research. I am not an expert, remember.