When using the "ls" command, bash prints in the following format: file1 file2 file3 file4 file5 file6 file7 file8 But when given the parameter "-1", it prints: file1 file2 file3 etc... Is there ...
I'm on a system running OS X 10.8.5. I recently tried to alias ls to ls -G -la command. I opened up ~/.zshrc, put in the alias, relaunched the terminal, but the change didn't take effect. Upon ...
ll is a common alias in many linux distros. How can you tell what it aliases to? I've tried checking my .bashrc, but I am not able tell what ll is equivalent to.
I'm using the command ls -a | grep '^\.' for showing only the hidden files. I added the line alias hidden='ls -a | grep '^\.'' # show only hidden files to .bash_aliases file but this does not ...
I accidentally typed l instead of ls today and found that the command still printed a list of the files in my current directory. Trying l --help brings up the help file for ls suggesting that l is ...