Linux ls to show file size in GB or MB | Mahdi Hazaveh
Today morning I was with one of my friends, and we were trying to figure something then we reached a point that he did a "ls" command to see the file details and sizes, well he used "ls -l" a very good and useful command but then I find him strugelling with calculating the file size, so I guided him with the h extension. In Linux most of the times when you are dealing with file sizes you can use h extension which stands for human readable. so what its very easy all you have to do is to add h to end of your switches. like this: [crayon-5ceac1e811f23337649626/] so the result will be something like this instead of showing bytes: [crayon-5ceac1e811f35758920417/] Hope it's helps you someday.