This guide will show you how make a directory using command line. This is extremely helpful when you are in the folder and want create a folder quickly. I will typically do this when I am creating temp folders for file transfers.
In this article I am assuming you already to know how to navigate to the directory that you would like to create your new folder.
- Navigate to the directory where you would like to create your new folder using the
- Now we use the
mkdircommand followed by a space, then the name of the folder that you want to create. Example:
- Note if you would like to create a folder with a space in the name you will need to use quote like this example
mkdir "Folder With Space"
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