The simplest solution (as given already by @don_crissti in the comments) is:
You can get a similar effect with:
But that will add some other indicators as well:
Append a character to each file name indicating the file type.
Also, for regular files that are executable, append
*. The file
type indicators are
/ for directories,
@ for symbolic links,
| for FIFOs,
= for sockets,
> for doors, and nothing for
Of course, you can make the string
ls -p on the command line with an alias:
alias ls='ls -p'
That is temporal and could be erased with
tcsh has an active alias in place.
Which you can do by placing the command in
man lsthen scroll down to
type lsoutput ? Maybe an alias ?
ls is a tracked alias for /bin/ls