Cd is a command-line utility to change the working directory.

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How do I dual-boot Kali Linux With ISO (no CD/USB/DVD)

I am trying to install Kali Linux 1.0.7 to my Windows 8.1 32-bit PC. I have the ISO, but I have no CD's, USB Sticks, or DVD in my home so I was wondering how can I install Kali Linux without ...
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How to enter foo-* folder without actually using wildcard or shell expansions?

Short story I'm looking for the command to enter first found foo-something directory like: cd foo-* but without using wildcard (or other special shell characters). Long story As part of the ...
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Creating an alias to Change Directory and have that directory be the current working directory in new terminal tabs

I'm trying to create a convenience alias that will change directories and then start a node server in that directory. I have it working for the most part, there's just one little issue that I can't ...
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cd to a child directory of a symlink fails

To build a kernel module, you have to do make -C where -C is cd functionality. As my make failed a lot of times, I found this: [root@ror6ax2 modules]# ls -l /lib/modules/`uname -r` | grep build ...
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Gnome-terminal and Zsh: keep current directory on new tab/window

I'm running gnome 3.10.1 on Arch with Zsh. I'm facing that problem that when I create a new tab or window from a terminal window, it resets the current dir to my home dir. I've already tried this: ...
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Call vared and complete files from a different directory

I have the following zsh function which lets me edit symbolic links using the vared ZLE builtin. function lned { emulate zsh setopt err_return extended_glob local_options local_traps local -a ...
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not able to mount burned ISO9660 file-system before ejecting and re-inserting the media

After burning an ISO9660 file-system(wodim -v dev='/dev/scd0' -sao ubcd521.iso) to a CD, I always need to first eject the CD and then re-inserted it in order to be able to mount the created CD: ...
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How to differentiate USB flash drive and CD-ROM?

I want to differentiate an USB flash drive and a CD-ROM. My requirement is when I connect to a system only the CD-ROM should work, but not the USB key.