15 Practical Examples of ‘cd’ Command in Linux

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19 Responses

  1. madhav says:

    When i am running the following command, i am going back to root folder /root.

    # [email protected]:/usr/local$ cd --    
    

    is that correct.

  2. Sushant Joshi says:

    4. (a) Move one directory back from where you are now

    Hello sir, I am new to Linux as well, but as far as I have read cd- means not move to one directory back but move to the directory where you had previously been working.

    Let me know if I am wrong thanks ! :)

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Sushant,

      Thanks for pointing out, yes you was correct, cd –, means switch back to directory where you working earlier.. Corrected in the article..

  3. Soli says:

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  4. Rajveer singh says:

    Very nice and simple example thanks

  5. sumit sharma says:

    very nice note, thank you sir.

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