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How to get tree -a to ignore .git directories?

I love using tree to list directories, and I have a git repository with all my dotfiles. For me to be able to see them I need to do tree -a, but that will also list the contents inside the .git ...
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View hidden contents of usb device

I have a USB with the following contents on ls -lah total 8.0K drwx------ 1 srikanth srikanth 4.0K May 27 22:54 . drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4.0K May 28 19:37 .. -rw------- 2 srikanth srikanth ...
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Showing Hidden Files as Hidden in Windows from Linux Samba Share of NTFS Drive

I have a Raspberry Pi which is using samba and ntfs-3g in order to share a USB external hard drive on my home network. On the hard drive, there are some files which are marked with the "Hidden" ...
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Completely hide files on Linux

i was wondering if there's a way to prevent a ls -a command to display certain files to certain user/group The criteria could be: if the file is hidden and the user/group has no read access, then ...
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Hidden Files in Linux

In Linux (specifically), what's the difference between making files hidden by adding a "." before the name, or adding a "~" after the name. I know that both work for files, and that only the period ...
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Possible Duplicate: Undo an “rm -rf ~” command? So I made a stupid error, I did a sudo rm -rf of my ~/ directory. I wasn't thinking of the hidden files in there. Now instead of showing what ...
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How to chmod and chown hidden files in Linux?

How do I recursively execute chmod or chown for hidden files? sudo chmod -R 775 * does not work on hidden files. The same thing goes for sudo chown -R user:group.
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Is there a Linux tool for changing DOS/Windows file attributes?

I often use a Linux LiveCD (or Puppy on a pen drive) to disinfect Windows machines that are infested with various malware. However, once the malware is gone, you still need to deal with the ...
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Is there a way to change what Windows XP considers to be a 'protected operating system file'?

At work I'm using a windows box with local and network drives. One of drives I have mapped is my Linux home directory (We have separate windows and linux accounts and home directories here). When I ...
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Hidden files in Disk Usage Analyzer

How do I get Ubuntu's "Disk Usage Analyzer" to show me the hidden files? It tells me my home dir uses 3GB, but only accounts for 525MB (the results of du -shc *). Can I get it to show me the other ...