Linux

How To Temporarily Bypass A Bash Alias

Posted by Weston Ganger on February 17, 2016

Sometimes I actually need to literally run a command that I have an set an alias for. Whatever you type after the word command will be taken literally, skipping the aliases. Imagine I have an alias ls="ls -al". To ignore this alias and use original ls functionality for one time:


command ls

Done deal.


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