Here are some of the things that you can do with your ls command.
First off you can use alias\’s to help you type the most typical ls commands. I will give you some examples:
alias ls =\”ls –color –classify\”
alias ls.=\”ls -d .*\”
Very commonly used :
alias ll=\"ls -lhvrt\"
lsd=\"ls -lUd */\" # List directories only
And after all this you can download the l script from pixelbeat. Quite interesting: