Ls command in Linux

Post image

Ls command Provide Information About Files Which Present inside the directory. By default, Provide current directory Information in alphabetical order.

Syntax:

ls [OPTION]... [FILE]...
output ls command info

Options

ls -a: Mean all Files Show Inside Terminal.

output all files

ls -A: Mean almost all File But Do not Show . And .. Files.

Output files without . And ..

ls -l –author: this Command Work With -l Flag Or Option, and it prints out the author information of each file.

output file author information

ls -b: the ls command prints C-style escape characters in your terminal.

output c-style characters

ls –block-size=SIZE: This Flog Convert Your File With Different Size.Example Megabyte, kilobyte, and Other soo.

  • ls -l –-block-size=K : Convert File To Kilobyte
  • ls -l –-block-size=M : Convert File To Megabyte

ls -c : this Flag Give You Output Recently modify files. This Option Never Be Work With -l Flag.

output recently modify files

ls –color[=WHEN] : Show Output With Colorize. The default can always be auto. if Stop This You Use never.

  • ls –color=never
  • ls –color=auto
  • ls-color=always
  • ls-color=yes
  • ls-color=force
  • ls-color=no
  • ls-color=tty
  • ls-color=if-tty
output some valid example in the color flag

ls -G : Print list Without Group Names.

output without group

ls -h or ls –human-readable : Print Output with -l and -s. Show File Sizes In CMD like 1K 234M 2G.

ls -i or ls –inode : print the index number of each file In Your Cmd.

output index number

ls -k or ls –kibibytes : this Flag Show You Block Size Of Each File. By default, Each Block Size is 1024-byte.-k Flag Working With -s Flag.

ls -l : Print long listing Information format Pattern Inside Your Cmd.

output long list

ls -m : m flag Show comma-separated list of entries Files.

output comma-separated file

ls -n or ls –numeric-uid-gid : Show you numeric user and group ids.

output user and group ids

ls -N : -N Flag print File names without comma-separated or quoting( , ).

output without comma separated

ls -o : Print Information Without List Group Information.

output without Group name

ls -p or ls –indicator-style=slash : append Slash / After Your directories Files Name.

Note: Indicate- style Work Same Or Note

–indicator-style arguments are:

  • ‘none’
  • ‘slash’
  • ‘file-type’
  • ‘classify_’_
output with slash

ls -Q or ls –quote-name : Show Your File Name With double-quotes.

output with double quotes

ls –quoting-style=escape : use this flag to Style you are quoting Inside Your Terminal

More arguments are:

  • literal
  • shell
  • shell-always
  • shell-escape
  • shell-escape-always
  • c
  • c-maybe
  • escape
  • Locale
  • clocale
output with different Style

ls -r or ls –reverse : Print reverse order Your Files (z to a)

output reverse order

ls -R or ls –recursive : print Your All Files With subdirectories Files.

ls -s or ls –size : Print Size of each file With blocks Form.

the output size of each file

ls -S : Sort by File Size, Largest First.

–sort=’none’ : Sort Your File, Base On Arguments Like time and size Read More Valid More Arguments are:

  • ‘none’
  • ‘time’
  • ‘size’
  • ‘extension’
  • ‘version’
output file according to size

ls -t: Sort Your File Base On Modification Time and Newest Create First.

output file base on modification

ls -X: sort Your File Base On alphabetically.

output file on alphabetically

ls -1: Print list one file per line.

output list in one line

ls –help: display document About ls Command.

output help pages

ls –version: Print Ls Command Version.

output version

ls -man: Check Your Manual Page Use -man Command.

output manual pages

Hire me:

Fiverr:https://www.fiverr.com/users/officialrajdeep/

Upwork:https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01a4e8ba7a41795229


Contact me

You May Also Like

comments powered by Disqus