Get information with dsefs commands

Use these dsefs commands to get information about your files and directories.


Reports file system status and disk space usage.


List sizes of the files and directories in a specific directory.


Displays a line of text.


Lists directory contents.


Prints full filepath of current working directory.


Prints the resolved absolute path; all but the last component must exist.


Displays file or directory status.

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