Foolproof hiding of folders?
I use a seperate partition (hda2) to store all my files, because I'm dubious about this /home thing. Anyway, I've got four regular folders, and a "private" folder.
Is there some way I can use bash to hide the private folder-- hide it from bash, konqueror, everything-- until I enter a specific command?
I know putting a . before the name makes it hidden, but ls -a or View Hidden easily shows it. I want something like a password-protected file-hider-- like "display private joeyjoejoe".
Is this possible? Is this insane? Is this already built in and so basic I'm embarassing myself?
Thanks for your help.