I don't know much about Android or Kali Linux specifically, but in general if you just want to move that directory from the one location to the other, then you could use this command:
mv -i \
-i flag will prompt you before overwriting any files and the
-t flag explicitly forces the target path to be treated as a directory.
Alternatively, you might want to copy it over first instead of moving it:
-t flags for
cp serve the same function as they do for
-r flag (recursive) is required by
cp when copying directories.
You would then delete the source directory after the copy completes successfully:
rm -ir /data/local/nhsystem
-r flags play the same role for
rm as they do for
Either way, after moving the directory you might want to add a symlink to point the old directory to the new location:
ln -s \
All of that said, I'd like to echo the concern expressed by another user in the comments: if you don't know about the
mv command then you may want to step back and learn some basic Unix/Linux commands before proceeding. You could very easily end up inadvertently destroying all your data.
It might be a little bit dated, but I think that the Bash Beginner's Guide might still be a good place to start.