[CentOS] Scripting a directory change on CentOS
James B. Byrne
byrnejb at Harte-Lyne.ca
Mon Jul 30 17:26:50 UTC 2007
On Mon, July 30, 2007 13:02, Johnny Hughes wrote:
> In this case the use of an alias is probably what you want ...
> alias current='cd /path'
> You can then type current at the command prompt can go there.
> You can put that command in your .bashrc with your other aliases as well
> to make it persistent across reboots.
> Johnny Hughes
On Mon, July 30, 2007 13:06, Brent L. Bates wrote:
> Instead of a script, how about a shell alias? In the csh shell, I'd
> something like the following:
> alias cd_project "cd ./very/long/path/to/whatever"
Thank you both ever so much. I would never have though of using an alias
but that seems the sensible solution.
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