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quick_tips [2013/07/21 04:59]
Rob Whyte
quick_tips [2016/04/06 08:58]
Burt Henry Removed a link to an un-needed/ and uncreated page and wording refering to it. There is still redundent info in ls -a and ls -o sections that can be modified and amplified.
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 There are many options available with the ls command that control what information is shown about files and sub-directories, how they are sorted, units used, etc. These optioncs can be combined like There are many options available with the ls command that control what information is shown about files and sub-directories, how they are sorted, units used, etc. These optioncs can be combined like
 <code>$ ls -ao</code> <code>$ ls -ao</code>
-to show permissions, ownership, filesize, and date last modified for all files and dirs including the ones that start with a dot, ".", that are hidden. For more on the -a option see [[ls_-a|ls -a]] in the [[starter_commands|Some Starter Commands]] section. Putting a file name after your option(s) will give info on that one file instead of all files in the working directory. Type+to show permissions, ownership, filesize, and date last modified for all files and dirs including the ones that start with a dot, ".", that are hidden. For more on the -a option see [[ls_-a|ls -a]].  
 +Putting a file name after your option(s) will give info on that one file instead of all files in the working directory. Type
 <code>$ ls -o some_file.txt</code> <code>$ ls -o some_file.txt</code>
 for info on the file called some_file.txt. for info on the file called some_file.txt.
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