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What is the ls command that will produce the following output?

478661 .gconf/
478662 .gconfd/
450001 .gimp-2.4/
450006 .gksu.lock
478706 .gnome/
478664 .gnome2/
478667 .gnome2_private/
478669 .gnupg/
478681 .gstreamer-0.10/
478679 .ovfs/
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ls -i

The number in front of the filename is the inode number, I guess.

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For the output to be one entry per line you need to add "-1": ls -1i – agporwfnz29 Apr 10 '12 at 19:36

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