If I open the files app, I can only see 'home' and such. Is there a way to see my Linux root/operating system without needing to touch the terminal (I am a scared of that program haha).
I've found a workaround using 'Browse game files' via the Steam App and then going up a folder from there, but I want to learn ZorinOS better and figured I'm being silly and missing a button or something that lets me see system files in the GUI.
Thanks for any help. Also, thanks to the community for the support in ZorinOS!
Open the file manager, click 'other locations' (located bottom left), then click 'computer'.
You can also press
Ctrl + L to access the address bar on the file manager, and replace everything with
/ to access the root directory. I found this to be very useful when I need to access a long path that I get from error messages, where I can just copy paste it.
Thanks so much! It makes sense it being there too - can't believe I missed that haha
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