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johan oosterwaal

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hello,

i'm new at linux and i am struggling with the following.

i have a script that i can run with out any problem but i have to run this from my desktop
what i would like to do is run this from my system folder ( this folder is backup )

in the script i have a command as follow:
cd ~/Desktop

i would like to change this to the system folder... but how?.
 


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Mitt Green

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hello,

i'm new at linux and i am struggling with the following.

i have a script that i can run with out any problem but i have to run this from my desktop
what i would like to do is run this from my system folder ( this folder is backup )

in the script i have a command as follow:
cd ~/Desktop

i would like to change this to the system folder... but how?.
Welcome! If I understood you right, you need to simply open your script with a text editor (gedit, mousepad or some else), and to jump to a system folder, you have to write there
For additional information about terminal commands you can read this
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal

Little differences can appear depending on your operating system, but common commands are the same.
 

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