MV Command: How to move file/folder in Linux?
In order to move or rename file or folder in Linux one need to execute ‘MV’ command. Below mentioned are the details of it like syntax, example to execute command:
mv [-f] [-i] oldname newname
-f mv will move the file(s) without prompting even if it is writing over an existing target. Note that this is the default if the standard input is not a terminal.
-i Prompts before overwriting another file.
oldname The oldname of the file renaming.
newname The newname of the file renaming.
filename The name of the file one want to move directory - The directory of were one want the file to go.
mv shane.tar.gz shane/
It will move the zip file ‘shane.tar.gz’ to the shane directory.
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