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Re: ls command

From: Bob Proulx
Subject: Re: ls command
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 19:48:50 -0600

>       I am not sure if you guys are the 
> right people to contact still I am sending it.

You are at the right place.

>       Sometimes the unix 'ls' command does not
> display anything though I know there are
> files in that directory. If I rename the files,
> I am able to see them through 'ls' but when
> I rename it back to original name, nothing
> shows in 'ls'. I am using Solaris.
> Any reason why this happens?

There is not enough information to understand the problem.  Obviously
a lot of people use GNU ls on Solaris and it works fine for them.
Therefore a suspicion of it being your particular ls command being the
problem pops up.  Perhaps you have an older version which did not
auto-configure properly on your platform?  Without version information
or indeed a test case it is going to be hard to reproduce the problem.

The latest release is available at:


If you could update and report any bugs against that version it would
be most appreciated.


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