List files recursively in Linux

The command used to list directory content in Linux is ls. With the -R option, ls will traverse the directory recursively, showing the content of the particular directory and all its subdirectories. Relative directory path is displayed before the directory content is actually listed.

The following is an example of the command in use;

$ ls -R testdir/
testdir/:
subdir1  subdir2

testdir/subdir1:
subsubdir1  subsubdir2

testdir/subdir1/subsubdir1:
file1

testdir/subdir1/subsubdir2:
file2

testdir/subdir2:
subsubdir1  subsubdir2

testdir/subdir2/subsubdir1:
file3

testdir/subdir2/subsubdir2:
file4