Listing files and folders within a given folder is one of the easiest and simplest SSH commands. Of course, we shall begin by logging in to the server using SSH.

To list files and folders within the current directory one is operating in, simply enter the following command in your SSH window followed by the Enter key.


To list files and folders within any given folder or directory, simply use the following command:

ls /path/to/folder

For example, to list files and folders in the directory /home/coconut, use the command:

ls /home/coconut

Now that you know how to list files and folders in any given folder or directory on your server using SSH, it's time for you to order your dedicated server or virtual server from Jubilee Web Host.

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