I've been working with Linux now for half a year or so. I generally find its command line interface superior to DOS except for one command, the 'ls' command.
I'd like the equivalent of the dir command: 'dir /o:g' which lists directories first.
I've looked at the info and man pages, and I'm not sure how to get 'ls' to do that. If anyone knows please tell me.
Thanks in advance,