I am trying to figure out what are the benefits of using relative path names over absolute path names. I know what each one is.
I guess that it is easy to work with relative path names when we have long path to the current location. For example - The command mkdir:
mkdir backup/old ----> : relative path ---->Better
mkdir /home/me/backup/old ----> : absolute path
But I am trying to find another advantage (just one) for relative path names and I can`t find.
Would you please explain more about this issue?