Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 25th Jan 2007 00:43 UTC
Microsoft "Once upon a time, when DOS walked the earth, the command line was the primary user interface for most of our computers. Then, Windows came along, and Microsoft seemed set on leaving the command prompt to dry up and wither into obscurity. Fortunately, Microsoft has again turned its attention to the command line and, in so doing, has produced one of the most compelling new Windows features eWEEK Labs has ever had the pleasure to test: Windows PowerShell."
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RE: It looks like a pain to me
by smashIt on Thu 25th Jan 2007 13:05 UTC in reply to "It looks like a pain to me"
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In bash:
du -h

And it is not like the bash command is cryptic, du = "disk usage", the -h is not even required but it is the flag for "human readable", so you don't get an answer back in KB.

but diskusage and filesize are 2 different things

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