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Show thumbnails in Mac terminal?

Some time ago I've googled nice screenshot of Mac terminal How it can be possible? Special terminal application or special settings of ls?
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What does # mean in ls output

when I do an ls on a director I get an output like xxxx@l70:~/mail$ ls inbox #inbox# What does the # mean in this context?
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ls command thinks directory is file

I have a directory brothers which contains files John.txt and Max.txt. I can cd into and out of directory brothers with no problems. However, when I'm in brothers superdirectory (one level up) and I ...
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cd and ls wont work in terminal mac.

Can anybody explain what is wrong with my terminal: $ echo $PATH =/usr/local/bin $ ls -bash: ls: command not found $ cd -bash: find: command not found Why won't these commands work? Help? ...
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How to make ls command not show Icon? files?

I have a folder (say, Downloads) with a custom icon. When I execute cd Downloads and then ls, it displays Icon? Subfolder1 Subfolder2 How can I make the ls command skip (thus not showing) ...
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Change to xth directory terminal

Is there a way in a unix shell (specifically Ubuntu) to change directory into the xth directory that was printed from the ls command? I know you can sort a directory in multiple ways, but using the ...
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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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mouse interaction with ls output - click to open

I would like to be able to (double) click a file from the ls output and open it with the associated program. Anyone knows a way to do this? Mouse-console interaction is possible with GPM and links ...
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Alternatives to cd/ls for command line navigation?

I generally work a fair amount from the command line in order to launch vim, git, ssh and so on. However, I find the Finder's columnar view more natural for browsing through my files. Unfortunately, ...
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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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what does the First character (number) mean in ls -l on OSX Snow Leopard?

I've included an abreviated sample of ls -lasF output from OSX 10.6.7 - the man page for ls does not discuss the first number (0,8,16,32,48,80,376) per line that is shown in this output. (/etc links ...
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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 ...