How To: Use the ls terminal command in Ubuntu Linux

Use the ls terminal command in Ubuntu Linux

This video clip shows you how to use the ls command (to list the contents of a directory) with additional options in the Ubuntu Terminal. It also introduces you to file and directory ownership and permissions. (To list file ownership and permission details, type ls -l. To list all files in a directory, including hidden system files, type ls -a.)

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