>> counld anyone answer me?
> man ls
As for processes, the only way they can be hidden is if ps and
probably ultimately procfs have been hacked (the latter would take
a reboot to implement).
To force ls to list files starting with ".", use the -a option
(standing for "all). YMMV for GUI-based file listing utilities. Most
of them will have a "list hidden files" button, which really means
"list files whose names begin with '.'".
To find all files whose names start with ".", use something like
find . -name ".*" ! \( -name .. -o -name . \)
As for "hidden process" I have no idea what you mean by that.
That's overkill, as find always skips "." and ".." in directories.Quote:
>To find all files whose names start with ".", use something like
>find . -name ".*" ! \( -name .. -o -name . \)
find ./ -name ".*"
will work fine, with the trailing "/" there just to stop find listing
"." itself at the top level.
Email: cet1 [at] cam.ac.uk
> > counld anyone answer me?
> man ls
How can I hide hidden files from anonymous ftpd user ?
How can I hide the ftp/bin directory and ftp/lib from this ftpd user
preventing him from use it (use bin/ls lib/ ).