OS filesystem level bug. For fat32 volumes, after 'cd /Volumes/DRIVE', ls behaves weird Invalid argument
||Date Originated:||Oct 17, 2016|
||Product Version:||10.10, 10.11, 10.12|
|Classification:||OS filesystem level bug
OS filesystem level bug. Not in 10.9. Started with 10.10, still in 10.11 (and 10.12 ?)
ls (lists just ".". If you try ls . or ls -l you get "Invalid argument")
ls . : Invalid argument
It looks like it's behaving as though "." were a symlink instead of a normal directory.
find and dualso break with the same "Invalid argument" error message.
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