You can list files at the command line with the Is command, or you can use commands such as mv or rm to work with those files.
SUSE systems, the command dir is usually an WIWaUMI* alias for ls -l. (This is defined in the global bash configuration file and is useful for refugees from another operating system.)
IN THIS CHAPTER
Listing, copying, and moving files
Viewing files and file types Compressing files Working with archives Using file attributes and ACLs
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