3 Replies Latest reply on May 24, 2016 9:13 AM by DiegoV_Intel

    What is the easiest way to get a "Dir" command to work in Yocto

    monahanz

       

      From the above I'm clearly a newbie and windows user.

      My simple question is: what is the absolutely easiest way to have some kind of script so the "DIR: on the command line displays the current Linux directory as in windows.  I'm currently using the Edison "Yocto" Linux version. As a windows user - - - not wishing to flame --- I find the Linux command line names totally scrambled letters. How for example does "df" get to be show the current directory?  Has anybody out there written a type of script that makes it easy for Windows/DOS "die-hards" to use their favorite commands like dir, copy, erase, show, type….. in Linux.