In a bash sub shell I get the following error when running cd
sudo: cd: command not found
This is expected because I don't have a path. Usually to work around this I just provide the full path like ...
I am trying to find the path of basic commands like ls or cd using which command. I see the path for ls but not for cd. Of course both the commands work fine. Any idea?
$ which ls
$ which cd
Suppose I have command like cd abc/def, So I want to create own command like 'a'.
If I run 'a' command it ,should run command cd abc/def
So could it be possible and I want to use ...
I am a little bit confused on what do these operators do differently when used in bash (brackets, double brackets, parenthesis and double parenthesis).
[[ , [ , ( , ((
I have seen people use them on ...
As far as I know, [[ is an enhanced version of [, but I am confused when I see [[ as a keyword and [ being shown as a builtin.
[root@server ~]# type [
[ is a shell builtin
[root@server ~]# type [[
I encountered a Linux command, builtin cd.
What is the difference between the commands builtin cd and cd?
In fact, I made some researches about the difference, but I could not find a remarkable and ...
I have a simple question regarding the execution of a simple command. As per my understanding, when we type a command such as ls in an interactive shell,
Shell interprets the command.
Shell creates ...