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How to hide auxilliary files under Linux? [duplicate]

pdflatex generates a lot of files that are of no use to me but are important to pdflatex (.aux, .fls, .log, .nav, .toc etc). How can I hide these files, e.g by putting them in some other, global ...
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How to clean auxiliary files within subdirectories with latexmk

Well, the title is pretty much self-explanatory but for sake of clarity, I have latex paper with such structure: . ├── back_matter │   └── some_tex_files.tex ├── bibliography │   └── bibliography.bib ...
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Use MiKTeX option through latexmk

When I use MiKTeX normally, I call this: pdflatex --aux-directory="C:\Users\doncherry\Documents\LaTeX\AUXI_global" foo.tex For latexmk outputting pdf (via pdfLaTeX) with continuous previewing, my ...
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What could cause repeated NULL characters in an .aux file? [closed]

I have a LaTeX document that was compiling fine until this evening. I was playing around with synctex and latexmk when I noticed the error, but I'm not sure what is causing it. There are over 100 of ...
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putting (aux log out toc bbl bib blg) files in another directory with latexmk

Is it possible to put (aux log out toc bbl bib blg) files in another directory with latexmk?