Displaying contents of a DOS directory

Use the dosdir command to display information about the specified DOS files or directories.

Note: DOS file-naming conventions are used with one exception. Because the backslash (\) character can have special meaning to the base operating system, use a slash (/) character as the delimiter to specify subdirectory names in a DOS path name.

The dosdir command converts lowercase characters in the file or directory name to uppercase before it checks the disk. Because all file names are assumed to be full (not relative) path names, you need not add the initial / (slash).

For example, to read a directory of the DOS files on /dev/fd0, type the following:
The command returns the names of the files and disk-space information, similar to the following.
Free space: 312320 bytes