ls how to list ONLY directories

The key thing is the "-d" flag and the */ at the end of the path. 

Just do this:

ls -d */

It would list all directories in the pwd

If you want a path do this:

ls -d /var/log/*/

/var/log/apt/         /var/log/hp/         /var/log/samba/
/var/log/ConsoleKit/  /var/log/installer/  /var/log/speech-dispatcher/
/var/log/cups/        /var/log/mdm/        /var/log/upstart/
/var/log/fsck/        /var/log/ntpstats/


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ls, directoriesthe, quot, directories, pwd, var,

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