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Thread: Where is ".eclipse" folder?

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    Smile Where is ".eclipse" folder?

    In the video tutorial , instructor extracts the file to "eclipse".
    Here is the snapshot



    Where is ".eclipse" folder? when extracting RSE files.
    I looking for that more than one? week , but only found "eclipse" folder in "file system/ usr / share".
    But this is not a right path.
    Please help me! Thank you in advance!

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    Re: Where is ".eclipse" folder?

    press CTRL+H when in home directory to show hidden stuff.
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    Re: Where is ".eclipse" folder?

    you can also go to View > .Show Hidden Files

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    Re: Where is ".eclipse" folder?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaphell View Post
    press CTRL+H when in home directory to show hidden stuff.
    Thank you very much! It's worked. I am a linux rookie, this is first time to know that folder looks like ".xxxx" is hidden folder.

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    Re: Where is ".eclipse" folder?

    Quote Originally Posted by sir.sargento View Post
    you can also go to View > .Show Hidden Files
    Thank you Sir.Sargento,
    I hold CTRL+H to found them in home folder,
    But still do not know where is the "view" option?

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    Re: Where is ".eclipse" folder?

    he probably meant View in program menus, which in latest ubuntu releases show up when you have your mouse over the top bar.
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