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I can type dir to print the contents of the remote working directory.

I can type lpwd to print the name of the local directory.

What command do I use to print the contents of the local directory?

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As per this guide you can use !dir (for example) to run a local command by prefixing with !.

In bash you can use lls to display a "local ls", so I don't know if ldir would work in your case, but you can try and see.

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    Thanks! I tested out both lls and ldir and neither one works. But the ! did the trick. – soapergem Jan 2 '15 at 22:44

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