Saturday, April 21, 2007

ll alias (ls -l) is not in ubuntu

If you come from a red-hat based distro and are using ubuntu for the first time (just like me) one thing you may have noticed is that ll alias is not set by default, to do that just edit your ~/.bashrc and uncomment or add the line "alias ll='ls -l'" now the next time you start a shell window that alias will be loaded.

# some more ls aliases
alias ll='ls -l'
#alias la='ls -A'
#alias l='ls -CF'


Anonymous said...

Thanks mate, great tip!

Gulli said...

Thanks, needed exactly this!

kiran said...

its my pleasure buddy to thank u
indeed a great tip
sorted out my trouble to some extent..


Yasir Niaz Khan said...

helped a lot. thanks said...

I fully match with whatever thing you have written.

Igor Marques said...

thanks! my week just started off better ;)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tip