Hi Tevfik, and welcome! Making a file or folder "hidden" in Linux is easy.... just rename it to begin with a "dot" (period). Hidden files are often called "dotfiles" for this reason. Then, to see them in your file manager, use CTRL-H to toggle them into view and back to hidden. If you go into your home folder and CTRL-H, you will find many hidden files and folders there already.Hallo,
How can I change the attributes of a file or folder?
Samba is a networking protocol so that Linux can communicate with Windows, and do file transfers, etc. I don't think that it has any inherent ability to "hide" files... that is more of a filesystem and/or permission capability, and each operating system hides files differently. See this for more details about how Windows/Linux/Mac each do it their own way.I am using Samba