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I use Ubuntu 14.04 LEMP, why the "l" command don't show none directories?

Hello! I type “LS” (lower case “l”) and too “ls -l” to list all my files but is not showing nothing in none folder!

What happens? Can anyone help me?

I can create directories normally, into in folders, but not show me the list…

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You’re probably not looking in the right directory or aren’t interpreting the output correctly. “ls -la” should show hidden files (that begin by ‘.’) if that’s what you’re looking for.