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What does the at sign mean when listing files with ls? [duplicate]

When copying files with cp command on Mac OSX Mavericks and then looking at them ls command I sometimes see an @ sign in the listing. What does it mean please? For example: # cp -v ...
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Subdirectories in prompt?

I'm working on making my prompt as useful as possible. Right now, it contains the date, time, and directory, along with a colored divider line so I can easily see where each batch of input starts. I ...
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What does the @ at the end of access rights stand for? [duplicate]

When I ls -la, one of my folders has the following notation drwxr-xr-x@ 28 what does @ stand for? For the record, I am using OSX.
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Linux shows several folders with the exact same name

I recently used a mac to copy several files and folders to a USB drive (ext4 through ExtFS), and now in Linux (Xbian) two folders in the root of the drive are shown four times. The output of "ls ...
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How do I list only source code files when I type ls on OSX?

when I type ls, I don't want to see .o files because everytime I ls, It see X.cpp X.h X.o, how do I not list .o files?
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What is user/owner 24561?

So, I just installed the node.js package from nodejs.org and I was poking around to see what it installed. Over in /usr/local/bin I saw this owner 24561. I see it in a few other places too. What is ...
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How can I hide .un~ files when I run “ls” in OS X?

Is there any option I can pass to ls to hide .un~ files from the output? I want to be able to see all files (e.g. dotfiles) except .un~ files, so I need to run ls -A and add something to hide the ...
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iTerm2 loses “ls” colors if I ssh to a server

Why do I lose ls' colors when I ssh to a server? I would like those colors to be preserved. Is this possible? Should one do something on the server side?
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ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?

Does anyone know a way to re-arrange the ls -al returned list in a way that: a) Directories first, files after; and b) Date first, name second and permissions at the end and c) Without losing ...
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list files with full modification date

I want to produce a list of files in a directory and feed it into a script to generate database entries including their creation dates. The database is Solr, so I need to be able to translate ISO 8601 ...
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List files recursively and sort by modification time

How do I list all files under a directory recursively and sort the output by modification time? I normally use ls -lhtc but it doesn't find all files recursively. I am using Linux and Mac. ls -l on ...
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What is the '+' at the end of long listing format? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the + at the end of Unix permissions in a long listing format? Here's an example drwxr-xr-x+ 6 reza reza 204 Mar 5 20:23 .ssh/ Although I am the ...
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ls version number sorting Mac OS X

Is there an equivalent to ls -v in Mac OS X that will do version number sorting? In Mac OS X, ls -v does NOT do version number sorting, but the Finder seems to.
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How to use wildcards with ls without listing directory contents?

ls typically displays only the files and folders in the present directory. But once you add a wildcard it starts searching in sub-directories. example: $ ls fight_folder file1 file2 $ ls ...
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Icon? file on OS X desktop

When I ls my Desktop from terminal (by using ls ~/Dekstop), I see a file, Icon?. As far as I can tell, it's empty (nano Icon? shows nothing). It doesn't show up on my actual Desktop, and open Icon? ...
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Mac OS X: Is there a straightforward way to color ls output according to Finder label colors?

I have a client with a directory tree that has a number of high-level directories that I need to have on my local development machine. I rarely look at them unless something goes awry. I've marked ...
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Making ls aware of “hidden” file flag

Is it possible to make ls aware of the hidden file flag on Mac OS X? Currently, a simple ls -lO produces: $ ls -lO total 0 drwxr-xr-x@ 84 danielbeck staff - 2856 29 Mai 22:44 Applications ...
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How to remove the @ / extended metadata of a file?

I know that the @ in -rwxrwxrwx@ 1 me staff 0 16 Mai 10:55 myLog.txt means, that there is some extended metadata attached. Fine. Doesn't interest me. I need to know how to remove it ? I ...
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`ls /users/applications` is not listing my applications on OS X

I would like to install xdebug here on my Mac (Macbook pro 8,1 13" running OS X 10.6.6), but I need to get into my applications folder in order to get to my phpize file. When I type % cd ...
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How do I get ls --color=auto to work on Mac OS X?

I'm trying to move my bash configuration from Ubuntu to Mac OS X and it looks like ls is slightly different. For instance, it won't accept the --color option. How do I get this to work?
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What does the @ mean on the output of “ls” on OS X' terminal?

When doing an ls in a directory I get the following output: drwxr-xr-x@ 12 xonic staff 408 22 Jun 19:00 . drwxr-xr-x 9 xonic staff 306 22 Jun 19:42 .. -rwxrwxrwx@ 1 xonic staff 6148 25 ...
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How do I change the color of binaries listed by 'ls'?

In Mac OS X, when I do ls the binary files have red color, how change this color to green? Similar to other Unix.
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Why are some files in ls -l on Mac OSX (Snow Leopard) tagged with “@”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What does the @ in ls -al mean? When doing an ls -l some files are tagged with "@" like this: -rw-r--r--@ 1 master staff 2074042 Feb 3 19:26 ...
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directory listing on Mac OS X

I dumped a bunch of files (music and otherwise) onto my shiny new Macbook, and since I'm more comfortable with linux than Mac (at this point) I tend to use the terminal. I did a ls -al on the files ...
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ls -la symbolics… what does that last symbol mean?

Possible Duplicate: what does the @ mean on the output of ls on os x terminal? when I type ls -la I get this familiar output... drwxr-xr-x+ 38 kent staff 1292 Nov 6 11:09 . ...
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what is the @ after the permissions for in ls -l on a mac? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: ls -la symbolics… what does that last symbol mean? Consider the following output from ls -l on OS X 10.5.8 drwxr-xr-x 3 user staff 102 Aug 26 20:21 ...