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How to see the Linux directory that begins with dot

Faraz Ka
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Joined: Jun 01, 2013
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Hello,

I am using Linux VM and using MobaXterm to connect it from my Windows machine.
When I use ls or ls-lrt it shows all the directories except the one that starts with dot. For e.g. ( .tc directory)

How to see the Linux directory that begins with dot? Please suggest


Thanks,
Faraz
Bear Bibeault
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include the a option.

For example: ls -la


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Faraz Ka
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Thanks Bear.

Regards,
Faraz
 
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