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I tried setting the following alias in .bashrc -

$ alias ll
alias ll='ls --color=auto --time-style=long-iso'

But the above doesn't work. I want to have the long-iso as well as descending order (date or/and time-wise) whenever I ask it to list files in CLI. Is there anyway to do that ?

The above command does give me color output but not long-iso part. Am I doing something wrong ?

I did see http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/275728/set-ls-l-time-formatSet ls -l time format but doesn't help in my case :(

I tried setting the following alias in .bashrc -

$ alias ll
alias ll='ls --color=auto --time-style=long-iso'

But the above doesn't work. I want to have the long-iso as well as descending order (date or/and time-wise) whenever I ask it to list files in CLI. Is there anyway to do that ?

The above command does give me color output but not long-iso part. Am I doing something wrong ?

I did see http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/275728/set-ls-l-time-format but doesn't help in my case :(

I tried setting the following alias in .bashrc -

$ alias ll
alias ll='ls --color=auto --time-style=long-iso'

But the above doesn't work. I want to have the long-iso as well as descending order (date or/and time-wise) whenever I ask it to list files in CLI. Is there anyway to do that ?

The above command does give me color output but not long-iso part. Am I doing something wrong ?

I did see Set ls -l time format but doesn't help in my case :(

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How to set ls -lh with time and long date format in descending order in .bashrc

I tried setting the following alias in .bashrc -

$ alias ll
alias ll='ls --color=auto --time-style=long-iso'

But the above doesn't work. I want to have the long-iso as well as descending order (date or/and time-wise) whenever I ask it to list files in CLI. Is there anyway to do that ?

The above command does give me color output but not long-iso part. Am I doing something wrong ?

I did see http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/275728/set-ls-l-time-format but doesn't help in my case :(