Linux cd

Linux cd command

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Linux cd command help.

 

   Linux cd command is use to change directory (go from one directory to another directory) on Linux system.  The Linux cd command is one of bash built in command.  The command below show how to get Linux cd command help, this help show information on how to use the Linux cd command, the cd command options and the arguments that can be use with Linux cd command.

 

Get Linux cd command help

 


Umount CDRom Device is Busy

 

Umount CDRom Device is Busy.

 

   When you try to un mount using umount command to unmount cdrom device is busy... the device is busy is error message quite confusing... and why device is busy???... the command example below show the example on when try to umount cdrom device is busy message and the simple solution to the problem so you can umount cdrom device on your Linux Fedora system successfully.

 

Umount CDRom device

 


Understand Linux absolute pathname

 

Understand Linux absolute pathname.

 

   What is Linux absolute pathnames all about? The absolute pathname is where you always specify full path name to execute command or program that start from the system root directory ( / ).  To understand Linux absolute pathname, see command example below that use absolute pathname in their example.

 

Linux pwd command show absolute pathname to user home directory.

show absolute pathname


Using cd command to change directory to another directory

 

Using cd command to change directory to another directory.

 

   On Windows system we use to call folder, but on Linux system the folder is not a folder... they are call directory.  The Linux system is base on directory hierarchy that start from root directory... so if you are from Windows worlds... there are no more folder :-) its only directory.  To browse from one directory to another directory using Linux command line, Linux use cd command.  The example below show how to use cd command to go from one directory to another directory on Linux system.

 


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