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ksh find without subdirectories

ksh find without subdirectories

ksh find without subdirectories

Hi everyone,

I'm afraid ... It is driving me crazy again ... :-/

I'm trying to use


find ./ -name XYZ -mtime +50 

... without diving into any of the subdirectories, because he's supposed to find certain files in the main directory and move them into the subdirectories ...

But somehow ... Neither "-prune" nor "-depth" seems to be doing any good here ... And "-maxdepth" is unknown within ksh ... :-/

(I'd prefer not to have to change the shell ...)

Any ideas what I could do about it ?

Best Regards,

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