I have to navigate through a series of directories containing software installers. I've written a small bash function that gets me to the main folder that contains all of the builds, but the file ...
I tried to use the terminal. I typed "help" and was happy to see a list of commands appear on the screen, among which "use 'info bash' to find out more about the shell in general". So I typed 'info ...
Is it possible to use cd command to navigate back and forward (like browser)?. Something similar to cd - but it only swaps current and last location. I know I can push dir on stack, it would be great ...
In bash, you can move to the beginning of the line with CTRL+A, and the end with CTRL+E. How can I move forward and backward by word?