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  1. #1

    /etc/xinetd.conf

    When I use the GUI text editor and I open the /etc file, I have the file /etc/xinetd.conf and the file /etc/xinetd.conf~. However, when I browse throught the file system, there is no file /etc/xinetd.conf~. Why is this?

  2. #2
    You usually never directly edit a file. The editor usually edits a copy of the original and then writes over the original with each "save".

    The Linux vi editor edits a copy with the ".smp" extension. Windows based programs such as "Microsoft Word" edit a copy with the "~" at the begiining of the filename.

    This "~" you are seeing is probably a temporary file. It will disappear once you exit the eitor.

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