CD stands for "change directory".
For instance, if you are in the directory of c:\files\ and you want to navigate to a folder within the "files" directory called "documents", you can type "cd documents" to change the directory you are in. Once you've done that you will be at c:\files\documents\. Inversely you can use "cd.." to go back to the parent directory "files".
The 'CD' command is not standard for Unix. The 'cd' command, however, will change directories (folders). It is a means of navigating the Unix file system.
For Unix/Linux, use the command 'cd /' For Windows, you can also use the same command or 'cd \'
In the old days the DOS command CD would change directories, it can also mean Compact Disc.
Go to the directory by "CD" command say "CD MyDoc" and press enter.. Now run "dir" command to see the contents of the directory..
alias mycd="cd /usr/local/bin"
To change directories use the 'cd' command with the directory you want to change to.
cd stands for change directory. It's the most obvious command to use.
CD stands for a Compact Disc.CD can also mean Change Directory when used as a command.
The CD command is used to change the current working directory. It uses the syntax CD <X:\Path\to\directory> For instance, to change to the directory C:\Stuff\Morestff\ you would enter CD C:\Stuff\Morestff
CD Example: CD <sub-directory> Use CD .. to go up a directory. You can also enter a full path to go straight to that directory. Eg: CD windows/system/etc
Because CD is short for "Change Directory"
CD / && ls -R this should do the trick CD / moves to the uppermost directory && runs the following command after the preceding command is finished ls - R lists all files recursively (looks into the directories)
There are several ways to do this. The easiest way is just to type the command 'CD', which automatically puts you in your home directory. Other ways: CD $HOME CD ~ CD ~login-id (use your login-id here) If you know the absolute path name, just use it with the 'CD' command: CD /home/staff/guy1
CD which stands for Change Directory.Entering CD /? will display a list of supported options.
CD dev CD ~
If by "CD" you mean the linux terminal command "cd", it stands for "change directory". It allows you to move from one directory to another. It's basically the same as Window's cd command.cd / will take you to the very first directory, which is the root directory. (Do not confuse this with /root directory)cd .. will take you one directory upcd ~ will take you to your (currently logged in user's) home directory, which is, (/home/)cd - will take you back to where you were before you change directories.