Subject Re: [ib-support] Installation problems in Firebird for Linux
Author Alexander Marx
pschmidt@... wrote:
> On 14 Dec 2002 at 16:15, Sujan Sreenath sujan420@HotPO wrote:
>>P.S. When I use a "ls -l" command some files have a * mark at the end
>>of the filename. What does that mean?
> I'm not sure, I used to know, years ago, but can't recall at the moment....

%man ls | grep -A 4 -B 1 "*"
-F Display a slash (`/') immediately after each pathname that
is a directory, an asterisk (`*') after each that is
executable, an at sign (`@') after each symbolic link, an
equals sign (`=') after each socket, a percent sign (`%')

after each whiteout, and a vertical bar (`|') after each
that is a FIFO.