ls -t not working

Corinna Vinschen
Thu Dec 24 01:50:00 GMT 1998

Colman Curtin wrote:
> I moved sh.exe to sh.old
> and then linked bash.exe to sh.exe and now the configure script gets through
> that test ok.
> this is the output of ls -la
> [...]

Nevertheless, ther's no reason, why this shouldn't work identical in different
shells, because ls is an external command. The shell doesn't have any
influence in ls's output.
The same output with your original sh would be interesting.

> should the '.' entry date change depending on the date and time the last
> file in the dir was changed? I can't check on a un*x system at the moment



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