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Re: [ProgSoc] ls
> > du -s dirname
> Yeah .. gives ya the number of blocks in the directory ... but
> what if the block (i-nodes or whatever they called) size isn't
> 512 bytes?
> I've always wanted a little program for Unix that counts up the
> bytes .. wow ... I therefore conclude that DOS is light years
> ahead of any Unixy system =)
a quick look at `man du` shows that man -k gives sizes in 1024 byte blocks
(i.e. in kilobytes)
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