I'd like to ls for the latest created directory in a given directory (we create a new folder for each release) and then cd to that directory. I'd like to create an alias for this so I don't have to ...
On Ubuntu 13.04 running in EC2, all commands through sudo work fine except ls. Here are some example commands to illustrate the issue: ubuntu at host in ~ $ sudo ls sudo: command: command not found ...
How do I exclude directories when listing files in the current directory? ls . ^ will include directories in the listing.
All commands have been working until a few days ago on our Ubuntu server. When running ls or cd it returns bash: /bin/ls: No such file or directory. How can this be fixed?