From my understanding, bash is case sensitive. So
cd .. would work and
CD .. wouldn't.
CD .. doesn't throw any errors (it doesn't do anything). Why is that? If I type an incorrect command such as
ls-a instead of
ls -a the terminal throws an error immediately, but for
CD .. nothing is displayed. In fact, I thought it actually worked until I took a closer look at my directory.
Also, if the error is being suppressed by default, is there a way to have it throw an error?
My biggest concern is that no errors are being thrown, and I am under the false impression my commands are actually working making it harder to debug.