[lug] ls -option

Michael J. Pedersen marvin at keepthetouch.org
Thu Oct 5 19:36:40 MDT 2000

On Thu, Oct 05, 2000 at 07:24:17PM -0600, Michael S. wrote:
> I am setting up a server, based on the book Securing and Optimizing Linux RH
> Edition, with Krud, and doing far more command line work than I have ever
> done.  I have misplaced some command line notes that I know had the
> ls -option for a screen at a time scroll.  I have not found it in the man
> page nor other documentation, so after several days of searching, and
> watching rpms and dev points scream by, I humbly ask:  Can someone post the
> option?

I never knew of such an option. I've always used this:

	ls -la /dev | more

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