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Where is the .ssh folder in Ubuntu?

The .ssh directory in Ubuntu is typically located in the home directory of a user. You can find it at the following path:
You need to replace your_username with your actual username. If you're currently logged in as the user for whom you want to check, you can also access it by typing the following in the terminal:
cd ~/.ssh
This folder is used to store SSH configuration files, private keys, and public keys. Note that it might not be visible by default due to its name starting with a dot (.), which denotes hidden files in Linux. You can use the ls -a command in your home directory to list all files, including hidden ones.