exa Replaces the ls Command in Linux | Color Coded File Lister
@KeepItTechie covers the exa command, a modern replacement for the ls command written in the Rust programming language. The exa command has new features including color coding that improves and modernizes the output from the ls command.
0:00 Introduction to the exa command
0:54 ls versus exa
1:48 How to install exa on Ubuntu
3:03 How to install exa on Fedora
5:00 Opening the exa manual
5:50 Download sample files
6:48 Using exa on a directory
7:20 Long listings with exa
7:54 Readable long listings with exa
9:20 Displaying hidden files with exa
9:35 exa in Fedora
10:10 Using exa with git
10:44 Replace ls with exa
13:10 Incorporating tree with exa
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