Very minor problem with latest update to KDE 4.11 Update created the non-hidden folder fontconfig with a single file in it. I still have my original hidden .fontconfig with a few files in it. I moved the new file to the hidden folder and deleted the non hidden folder. Everything seems fine, just thought I'd mention it.
I have this external hard drive, and i used it in windows, now that i use it on Ubuntu, it is kind of annoying to see files like "system volume information" so how can i make it hidden?
or how can i make any file hidden?
When i run the following command :
$ man kill > man_kill.txt
and view the file using cat,I am getting the file in correct format on the screen.
But when i use vi (in Linux) or any text editor (in Windows), i get many hidden characters which make the file unreadable.
A sample o/p when i use vi to view the file:
^ Hm? Not in Windows, but #! of course. Before this is becoming any more complicated, have a screenshot or two. Thunar with "Show hidden files" disabeld: ScrotThunar with "Show hidden files" enabled: ScrotI'm trying to force-hide those two folders without changing their names, so #! and Win won't interfere with each other.