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Re: Getting file information

On Sun, 10 May 1998, Norbert Veber wrote:

> What is the name of the command in debian that shows information about
> files?  Things like last access time, last modification time and so on.  I
> could swear that I once used a command 'stat' for this purpose, but it
> either wanished, or it never was in debian (might have been in my redhat
> days).. 

ls -l

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