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I am a newly Linux user converted. I am currently using SUSE distro.
My first ever question to you all, is there a way that I can hide my sensitive folder data, so that it won't be visible to others. Next to hiding it, would that be possible to completely making this folder unsearchable via "Find" function?
Has linux an internal command to do so, or should I use third party software for that?
Additional information, I am using KDE as my GUI.
as you create a user, the user is assigned a directory and if required you can give a password to the user by giving
command... this will help only the user and the root to access the files of that user