I'm currently using the beta version of an Ubuntu based Bash shell in Windows 10. For some reason, most of the files that can be viewed from Windows File Explorer cannot be viewed when I do "ls -la" in the directory where the file is located.
For example, in the file where all of my HBH application challenges are stored, I can find App 1.exe but cannot find App 2.exe or App 3.exe.
Anyone know anyway I could open these files in Ubuntu?
Edit: More clarification.
App 1.exe is located in C:\Users\pawnflow\Desktop\Cyber\Challenges\HBH\Application.
pawnflow@DESKTOP://mnt/c$ cd Desktop
app1.exe file (1)~ Tools top secret memes
For some reason, I'm able to view it even though I'm not even close to the directory. In many folders, the only thing in there is a Desktop.ini document.
IMO Git bash or Cygwin is is an overkill if you just want a fancier command line. You can simply install GNU Win32 (http://gnuwin32.s. . .forge.net/) to add a lot of Linux tools ported to Windows and I love using Clink (https://mridgers.. . ..io/clink/) which makes the Cmd more fluid and solid (with loads of shortcuts!), I especially like that you can Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V straight into Cmd with Clink.
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