[CentOS] ls permissions format changed in CentOS 8

Sun Oct 27 14:43:48 UTC 2019
Kenneth Porter <shiva at sewingwitch.com>

It's a display bug in PuTTY+Epsilon, but a subtle one! I upgraded PuTTY 
from 0.65 on one PC to 0.73 (latest) and the problem disappeared. I still 
see it on another PC running PuTTY 0.70.

I'm still trying to characterize it but the output is correct and it's 
because I'm using Epsilon to view the output file that I'm not seeing the 
missing characters.

The issue is related to repeating characters, such as the runs of dashes 
seen in a ls listing. But I'm able to reproduce it by displaying a file 
with a run of any character in Epsilon. So there's some quirky interaction 
between the terminal usage of Epsilon, PuTTY 0.70, and CentOS 8's 

I ran back through PuTTY versions and it doesn't happen starting with 0.71, 
so that version fixed something that CentOS 8 triggers in the older 
versions. Here's its changelog: