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    vickyzhe NNTP User

    Default A problem:OpenSUSE 11.1

    I installed OpenSUSE 11.1 KDE4, have no this problem in the beginning. I
    don't know when, appears the problem.

    The problem description: Use ls /home/viki (viki is my username)
    command in the terminal, can display the contents including some files
    and folders. But in the file manager or Konqueror( konqueror is a good
    file explorer and web explorer in KDE), entry the path /home/viki/,
    nothing can be displayed. But, after input the path /home/viki/Documents
    in the address bar of Konqueror directly, the contents nuder the folder
    Documents can be displayed rightly.
    And right-click the folder viki in the folder home, and choice the
    "Attribute", the size always display "calculating the size ... 0 B (0),
    0 folders, 0 sub-folders".

    I'm a chinese, and my english is poor, so please excuse for my

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    Yosuf Mossad Mohammed Vitriolus NNTP User

    Default Re: A problem:OpenSUSE 11.1

    your english is better than my Chinese, so i am happy you used english..

    your problem is (i think) that "ls /home/viki" will show hidden
    files, but the default konqueror setup will not..

    try this in konqueror, click on "View" (third from left on my english
    konqueror: Location, Edit, View) then look for an option named "Show
    hidden files" (three UP from the bottom, or 10 down from the top,
    between "Preview" and "Folder icons reflect contents") and left click
    it, which will place an X next to it, AND show all the hidden things
    you can see with ls..

    welcome to openSUSE and these forums!!
    encourage your friends to come also...

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    TwoHoot NNTP User

    Default Re: A problem:OpenSUSE 11.1

    Don't apologize for your English. It is better than most native
    speakers. I don't know a single word in Chinese. If you will give me one
    (phonetically) simple Chinese word like "Yes" or "No" or "hello", I
    promise to use it in conversation today.

    I am as new to openSUSE as you are, so I can't give you any competent
    technical answer. I did have a similar problem that turned out to be my
    files were not being saved where I thought they would be. I created a
    simple file and saved it with a unique name.

    It did not appear where I expected so I searched my hard drive for the
    file name and found all my "lost" files there. Then it was a matter of
    directing my saved files to where I wanted them to be or looking for
    them where they were actually saved.


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    vickyzhe NNTP User

    Default Re: A problem:OpenSUSE 11.1

    Thank you, can I make friend with you??
    ^_^, my Email:

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