Re: Squeeze. Can't cd in directory which begin with .[dot]
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 12:09 PM, Mark Goldshtein
> Hello, list!
> After recent dist-upgrade was surprised with a loss of an ability to
> change a directory, which begin with dot. For example, home dir in
> $ cd ./wine
The correct way is without '/'. The name of directory is '.wine', not './wine'
$ cd .wine
> bash: cd: ./wine: No such file or directory
> Meanwhile, I did it successfully just one reboot ago.
> Autocomplete is gone also for that type of dirs.
> Please, help to fix!
> Sincerely Yours'
> Mark Goldshtein
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