How do I set
ls so that when I type
ls it actually runs
This Sounds minor but I'm trying to save keystrokes wherever I can. This is on Ubuntu 10.10.
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The normal pattern is to have
In Ubuntu 10 it is already done.
Here is an extract from the default
Note: changing the meaning of an existing command is considered dangerous, e.g.,
Look up the alias command.
If you want this to "stick" add it to your
You can use the
You can either type this out in a shell session, or you can put it in a file to be sourced, a good one would be