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Linux, basketball, reading, music (jazz), family, regex, Vim, Shell CLI addict. Not in this order. Having a beautiful daughter, expeccting a son, within 2 weeks, as I'm writiing this.

Sep
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comment Why does “ls -a” hide some existing directory from the root user?
Did so, question updated.
Sep
2
revised Why does “ls -a” hide some existing directory from the root user?
added emc info.
Sep
2
awarded  Editor
Sep
2
comment Why does “ls -a” hide some existing directory from the root user?
Thanks for the summary Arjan, you got it. And yes, somedir exists as I can list the contents of it (there are several subdirs, files).
Sep
2
revised Why does “ls -a” hide some existing directory from the root user?
Summary of the problem added.
Sep
2
asked Why does “ls -a” hide some existing directory from the root user?
Aug
19
awarded  Yearling
May
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comment Most efficient way of taking a subset of lines
Are you sure about it?
Feb
9
answered Most efficient way of taking a subset of lines
Sep
22
awarded  Scholar
Sep
22
accepted Open every window maximized on Windows XP
Sep
22
awarded  Student
Sep
22
asked Open every window maximized on Windows XP
Aug
22
answered Starting a script on xfce login and logout?
Aug
19
answered How to download files from command line in Windows, like Wget is doing?
Aug
19
awarded  Teacher
Aug
19
comment Bash Shell Tutorials
Upvote for reminding me of those DRobbins articles. Good old Gentoo days...
Aug
19
answered Bash Shell Tutorials
Aug
19
awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer