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ls does not alphabetize as of old

From: James W. Haefner
Subject: ls does not alphabetize as of old
Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2001 17:32:22 -0600

I just installed RedHat7.1 and find to my great dismay that ls
does not do strict ascii char alphabetization.  It says it does
in the info file, but in operation uppercase is listed with lower case and
leding non-alphanumeric letters are ignored.

You may think this is a feature, but without an option to return
to the old (and if I may be so bold, CORRECT) method, this is a

If I sound disgruntled, it is because I am.  If this is a Redhat thing
then I apologize, but 'ls --help' directed me to you.
James W. Haefner            
Department of Biology   Email: address@hidden
Utah State University   Voice: 435-797-3553
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