I need to locate this file, and apparently it's in ~/.sabnzbd/. Total Linux newcomer here, how do I access that file?
(Not really an answer, but a lengthy post, too lengthy for the comment box...)
Oh, you could probably use some "Introduction to UNIX" quick tutorial, just to get used to the basic concepts.
For a start:
Opening a terminal emulator (
All UNIX programs, shells included, are in a specific directory when they are running, and may change to another directory. When you start terminal emulators, shells usually start at
Like kevin said, now you can use
Shells can be used to start programs, and can also be used to do file manipulations. If you just need to read the file, you can use a pager, such as
When you're done, hitting
You can specify paths in the shell, not just the name of files in the current directory. You can also do
As soon as you get to the shell.
Depending on your system, you may even have a "run command" feature that, if you input
Some shells also have tab completion, try writing
and hitting the tab key after the b.
Now you're in that directory. To see the files, use