Chapter 10 Linux. 10.1 User Interface Administration 10.2 User Accounts and Group Accounts 10.3 File System and Services Management 10.4 Daemons. User Interface Administration. Log On Procedures .
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10.1 User Interface Administration
10.2 User Accounts and Group Accounts
10.3 File System and Services Management
There are two types of configuration files for the Linux file system, User and System configuration files.
The user configuration files are stored as dot (.) files
The user settings for the KDE interface are stored in the .kde and .kderc files.
These dot files are hidden and are ignored by most Linux tools.
If the ls command is used to list the contents of a user’s home directory these files will not be listed.
They can be listed by adding the –A parameter to the ls command.