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Just tied this way, with one of the people that need to use this, and that way is the correct way, even when it show it as (.csv) that doesn't matter, when opening up in Ubuntu gedit - it is working like the Notepad and everything is correct. So even if you have the latest version of LibreOffice, that is still working, and that link is for Open Office, and ...
Somehow my character set had got changed from "Unicode" to "Unicode (UTF-8). Changing it back completely fixed this issue See screenshots: Before: After:
This creates a CSV file with file name, time stamp and size for all files in /some/folder/ and its subfolders: find /some/folder -printf '"%P";"%Tc";"%s";\n' See the documentation for -printf in the manpage for find if you want to use other fields. Note that it doesn't work for file names containing " characters.
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