Suppose I write a program, which outputs a file under a relative path (as opposed to a full/absolute path) - let's say, the current path. Then I compile it and store the executable under some dir ...
Linux has a /proc directory and file‑system, which as far as I can tell, is not part of POSIX. In each /proc/$PID subdirectories, is a symbolic link, cwd, pointing to the actual working directory of ...
So I'm trying to update my .tmux.conf file to reflect the change for -c in new-window. I've added this to my conf and it's not working unfortunately. My new windows and panes always start in ~/: # ...
What command(s) can one use to find out the current working directory (CWD) of a running process? These would be commands you could use externally from the process.
I would like to remove all content of the current working directory. How to do it in efficient and elegant way? I have several files, directories and some of them starts with dot, like: touch .abc; ...
Say I do the following: cd /some/path ln -s /target/path symbolic_name If then do: cd /some/path cd symbolic_name pwd I get: /some/path/symblic_name and not: /target/path Is there a way to ...