In home directory
ls shows the following:
But let's look what is in Nautilus.
I refreshed Nautilus many times.
rm 1.1.c returns a error
there is no such file in directory.
Nautilus has an option you can toggle by clicking on View to toggle Show Hidden Files files to on or off.
If you click the Show Hidden Files option you will see the hidden bakup files in Nautilus.
Files that end with the tilde (
~) or begin with the dot (
.) are hidden files.
Examples of hidden files:
2.1.cpp~ 2.2.cpp~ .bashrc .history
ls command would show even more files if you used the
Type in this:
$ ls -a
You will then see substantially more files.