List biggest files (Not Directories)


 
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Type 'sh' into your shell and hit enter. That ought to do it. To return to tcsh, type 'exit' and hit enter.

It's difficult to know what else I could suggest without knowing what your system is. The output of uname -a would help.
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Type 'sh' into your shell and hit enter. That ought to do it. To return to tcsh, type 'exit' and hit enter.

It's difficult to know what else I could suggest without knowing what your system is. The output of uname -a would help.
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