Just out of curiosity, I was wondering if there is a reason for the extra space when I type
ls in the Desktop directory. Compare...
~/Desktop$ ls file1 file2 file3
~/Documents$ ls file1 file2 file3
Notice that when I type
ls on the Desktop I get an extra space at the beginning of the line (not part of the filename). I can't find any other example location where I get this extra space at the beginning of the line. Does anyone else get this? Is there a reason?
NB: I am using Ubuntu Bionic Beaver LTS release and the default terminal that ships with it.