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You create and remove directories with the mkdir and rmdir commands. In either case, you can also use pathnames for the directories. In the next example, the user creates the directory reports. Then, the user creates the directory letters using a pathname.
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You can remove a directory with the rmdir command followed by the directory name. In the next example, the user removes the directory reports with the rmdir command. Then, the directory letters is removed using its pathname.
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You have seen how to use the ls command to list the files and directories within your working directory. To distinguish between file and directory names, however, you need to use the ls command with the -F option. A slash is then placed after each directory name in the list.
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The ls command also takes as an argument any directory name or directory pathname. This enables you to list the files in any directory without first having to change to that directory. In the next example, the ls command takes as its argument the name of a directory, reports. Then the ls command is executed again, only this time the absolute pathname of reports is used.
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$ ls reports monday tuesday $ ls /home/chris/reports monday tuesday $
Within each directory, you can create still other directories; in effect, nesting directories. Using the cd command, you can change from one directory to another. No indicator tells you what directory you are currently in, however. To find out what directory you have changed to, use the pwd command to display the name of your current working directory. The pwd command displays more than just the name of the directory-it displays the full pathname, as shown in the next example. The pathname displayed here consists of the user's home directory, dylan, and the directory it is a part of, the directory called home, and directory that home is part of, /, the root directory. Each directory name is separated by a slash. The root directory is represented by a beginning slash.
$ pwd /home/dylan
As you already know, you can change directories with the cd command. Changing to a directory makes that directory the working directory, which is your default directory. Note File commands, such as ls and cp, unless specifically told otherwise, operate on files in your working directory. When you log into the system, your working directory is your home directory. When a user account is created, the system also creates a home directory for that user. When you log in, you are always placed in your home directory. The cd command enables you to make another directory the working directory. In a sense, you can move from your home directory into another directory. This other directory then becomes the default directory for any commands and any new files created. For example, the ls command now lists files in this new working directory. The cd command takes as its argument the name of the directory to which you want to change. The name of the directory can be the name of a subdirectory in your working directory or the full pathname of any directory on the system. If you want to change back to your home directory, you only need to enter the cd command by itself, without a filename argument.
$ pwd /home/dylan $ cd props $ pwd /home/dylan/props
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You can use a double dot, .., to represent a directory's parent. This literally represents the pathname of the parent directory. You can use the double dot symbol with the cd command to move back up to the parent directory, making the parent directory the current directory. In the next example, the user moves to the letters directory and then changes back to the home directory:
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