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Re: asterisk appended to filenames when using cygwin sftp
- From: Ryan Johnson <ryanjohn at ece dot cmu dot edu>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 23:25:13 +0300
- Subject: Re: asterisk appended to filenames when using cygwin sftp
- References: <F3ADF08F4E99034CB45BD193191C7ACA03B09CA909@extxmb38.nam.nsroot.net> <F3ADF08F4E99034CB45BD193191C7ACA03B111D65F@extxmb38.nam.nsroot.net>
On 14/06/2011 7:27 PM, Florian, Chad W wrote:
I also dislike that alias intensely (messes up things like xargs)... it
seems to live (commented out) in ~/.bashrc: alias l='ls -CF'
I know there has to be some alias hiding in my configs somewhere but I am unable to find it.
I have a fresh install with no customization.
When I sftp to a host (linux in this case) using cygwin sftp, an ls -l is giving me the -classify type option which appends * to executables, etc. How can I turn this off?
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