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    ls, pwd are part of the "coreutils"

    The sourcecode is here
    Coreutils - GNU core utilities

    And additionally it is available via the native package manager of your distribution (at least, if you have chosen one of the bigger ones like fedora, debian, ubuntu, centos, etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irithori View Post
    ls, pwd are part of the "coreutils"

    The sourcecode is here
    Coreutils - GNU core utilities

    And additionally it is available via the native package manager of your distribution (at least, if you have chosen one of the bigger ones like fedora, debian, ubuntu, centos, etc)
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