If you use bash as your shell and use filename completion a lot, you can get bash to ignore the case of filenames just like HFS does.
Just put this in your ~/.inputrc file:
set completion-ignore-case on
Then, when you type ls /appli in the shell and force filename completion, you’ll get ls /Applications like you ought to.
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thank you so much!
You should check this out……
How about you do your own 80s list and put “Cavern” on it? As far as I’m concerned Melle Mel is added value.