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Creating a Directory in Linux

The mkdir (make directory) command is used to create directories.
http://raj-tipstricks.blogspot.com/2009/06/creating-directory.html

Description:

The mkdir (make directory) command is used to create directories.

Example
[ Steve@localhost Steve ] $ mkdir prog-files
[ Steve@localhost Steve ] $ -

The sub-directory, prog-files, is created under the current directory. However, the new directory does not become the current directory. Complete path names can be specified with mkdir.

Example

[ Steve@localhost Steve ] $ mkdir /tmp/prog-files
[ Steve@localhost Steve ] $ _

In the above example, the directory, prog-files, is created under the /tmp directory.

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