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    how to see invisible files in KDE?


    what to change to be able to see invisible files (files begining with . (dot)) ?

    thanks

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    in konqueror>view>show hidden files
    or alt v - h

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    sorry for that stupid question!

    please, someone mod to delete this topic :D

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    In console you can also use:

    Code:
    ls -a
    or

    Code:
    ls -lha

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    Quote Originally Posted by obs
    sorry for that stupid question!

    please, someone mod to delete this topic
    Don't worry about it. We've all got to start learning somewhere
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    There are no such things as stupid questions. Sometimes you can be a expert but maybe haven't done something really easy for a long time and just forgot. It is OK because maybe even though it might be a newb question, maybe a newb will read it and learn something so it is all good. Never worry about asking questions because if it doesn't benifit you it will benefit someone else.


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