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3:27pm Tue 16th Aug, Giovanni G.

"Christopher McDonald" <ch*i*.*c*o*a*[email protected]*a*e*u*a*> wrote:
> ANONYMOUS wrote: > > > Whenever I use the "ls /home/[user]" command, it does not list any files. > > Are you confident that that is your home directory? > Is that confirmed by the command echo ~ or echo $HOME ? > > Are there *any* files in that directory at all, with: ls -la /home/username ? > > Do you see any files with: cd ; ls -la ? > > > (I'm running Linux on Windows) > > Is this using Linux within WSL, > or a dedicated Linux VM within Docker? > If the latter, have you used this VM before, and shut it down correctly, not abruptly?
So I used both echo commands and it's definitely my home directory. Using the commands you suggested, I was able to see that there are some files in there, however these are only the "." files and files like Desktop, backup, bin, lib and src are missing. Also I am using Linux within WSL.

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