Cristian Margine wrote:
That happens because bash will replace an alias only if it is is the first word. You can set the alias alias sudo='sudo '. Because it has a space at the end it will also check the parameter('l' in your situation) if it is an alias.

 Thank you kindly that works a treat.

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