You might have ls aliased to ls -l, try alias | grep ls and see do you get
ls ls -l
or something similar. unalias ls will remove this temporaraly.
On 19-Dec-00 Dermot McGahon wrote:
Also there is a -1 option to ls so that it gives one filename per line
but specifying the -1 option or leaving it out won't make any
difference to how the above pipeline will work. So, do any of you use
the -1 option and what do you use it for.
Paul Askins <:)
Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at adbvdesign.analog.com>
Date: 19-Dec-00, 10:58:10
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