You want to find out the permissions, ownership and groups associated with various subdirectories in Linux. You do not want to display the lengthy contents of these directories. How do you use the ls command to show the attributes of the directories themselves and not the contents of the directories?
From a Linux command prompt, run this command: ls -ld /parentdirectory/
For PowerShell to list files without traversing into their contents use
either of these two commands: