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If you use bash i suggest pushd and popd. You can create a stack of directory and browse it rapidly. See this example:

luca@lucahomePWD:~$ pushd /opt/google/chrome/resources/
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahomePWD:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ pushd /etc/cron.daily/
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahomePWD:/etc/cron.daily$ pushd /opt/pac/lib/method/
/opt/pac/lib/method /etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahomePWD:/opt/pac/lib/method$ popd
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahomePWD:/etc/cron.daily$ popd
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahomePWD:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ popd
~
luca@lucahomePWD:~$

If you use bash i suggest pushd and popd. You can create a stack of directory and browse it rapidly. See this example:

luca@lucahome:~$ pushd /opt/google/chrome/resources/
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ pushd /etc/cron.daily/
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/etc/cron.daily$ pushd /opt/pac/lib/method/
/opt/pac/lib/method /etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/opt/pac/lib/method$ popd
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/etc/cron.daily$ popd
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ popd
~
luca@lucahome:~$

If you use bash i suggest pushd and popd. You can create a stack of directory and browse it rapidly. See this example:

PWD:~$ pushd /opt/google/chrome/resources/
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
PWD:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ pushd /etc/cron.daily/
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
PWD:/etc/cron.daily$ pushd /opt/pac/lib/method/
/opt/pac/lib/method /etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
PWD:/opt/pac/lib/method$ popd
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
PWD:/etc/cron.daily$ popd
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
PWD:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ popd
~
PWD:~$
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If you use bash i suggest pushd and popd. You can create a stack of directory and browse it rapidly. See this example:

luca@lucahome:~$ pushd /opt/google/chrome/resources/
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ pushd /etc/cron.daily/
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/etc/cron.daily$ pushd /opt/pac/lib/method/
/opt/pac/lib/method /etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/opt/pac/lib/method$ popd
/etc/cron.daily /opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/etc/cron.daily$ popd
/opt/google/chrome/resources ~
luca@lucahome:/opt/google/chrome/resources$ popd
~
luca@lucahome:~$