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linux move file

# Linux - Bash

# syntax:
mv [options] <source-filepath> <destination-filepath>

# example-1 (fundamental - no switches):
mv "C:\Users\File_Name.txt" "C:\Users\SubFolder\File_Name.txt"

# example-2 (fundamental - with switches):
mv -u "C:\Users\File_Name.txt" "C:\Users\SubFolder\File_Name.txt"

# Switches
mv -f	force move by overwriting destination file without prompt
mv -i	interactive prompt before overwrite
mv -u	update - move when source is newer than destination
mv -v	verbose - print source and destination files
Posted by: Guest on April-20-2020

move command in linux

mv filename dirname
Posted by: Guest on May-14-2020

move command in linux

move command : mv filename dirname
remove command : rm -r filename
copy command : cp filename dirname
zip command : zip -r foldername
unzip command : unzip -d dirname
Posted by: Guest on August-24-2020

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