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Hi guys, Hey I have a quick question about not being able to access a file on my desktop or even in my Home Folder. I created a folder called My Documents and then inside that I created a folder called My Downloads.
When I download something I just stick it in there. Now when I open up a terminal window and ls I see [dgentry@localhost ~]$ I type in ls and hit ENTER
Desktop My Documents My Downloads
[dgentry@localhost ~]$ I type in cd My Downloads
and I get bash: cd: My: No such file or directory
It does the same thing with My Downloads..............
Hmmmmm, as an after thought, while I'm typing this up and trying to explaine myself. I decided to go up and remove those folders and create new ones called Documents, Downloaded and Music.
Well hot damn, I can cd into those. So I guess Fedora just doesn't like my use of theword My before the file name.
I'm used to using SuSe and I know I can do it in there.