Posted by Avishek Kumar on November 22, 2014
For those working with Linux command Line, command ‘pwd‘ is very helpful, which tells where you are – in which directory, starting from the root (/). Specially for Linux newbies, who may get lost amidst of directories in command Line Interface while navigation, command ‘pwd‘ comes to rescue.
15 pwd Command Examples
What is pwd?
‘pwd‘ stands for ‘Print Working Directory‘. As the name states, command...