Seems like it works.. just tried it out:
[rob test ]$ ls -al
drwxrwxr-x 2 rob rob 4096 Jul 7 11:34 .
drwxr-xr-x 86 rob rob 12288 Jul 6 13:29 ..
-rw---x--x 1 rob rob 0 Jul 7 11:34 0611.txt
-rwx------ 1 rob rob 0 Jul 7 11:34 0700.txt
-rwxr-xr-x 1 rob rob 0 Jul 7...
I was using openshot for a while for my bbq channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/MrHomeOwner) but about 6 months ago switched to kdenlive and love it. Also, there's a great support subreddit that has helped me out a lot. Anyone else edit video on Linux?
I'll be the first to say you need to spend some time in a normal distribution (ubuntu, fedora, etc..) and learn the linux basics before you install Kali.
The locate application isn't installed by default - you need to install the plocate package.
You can have same users on both local and remote if you like.. doesn't matter at all. The important part is that the .pub file goes on the servers that you're attempting to log into and the non .pub file stays safely on your local machine.
Yeah, I think ~0 is either ignored or is cwd?
[rob test ]$ ls
[rob test ]$ ls ~0/
[rob test ]$ ls ~1/
ls: cannot access '~1/': No such file or directory
But yeah, SLowcoder is right, you didn't damage your disk, you deleted files..