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How can I change the “/” path in linux [closed]

When I type cd /, it changes my directory to a default one. How can I override the current settings so that / points to a different directory.
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Copy shell configuration from one machine to another?

I've got login to another server where shell configurations are not like I would want. For example I don't see my username and CWD on prompt, and when I press arrow key, instead of giving last entered ...
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2answers
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Get back to the default terminal in debian

I've accidentally press the key Ctrl + Alt + F1. It switches my default terminal to a virtual terminal, and I don't have the folder and user information in the command line anymore. How do I get back ...
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1answer
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Python script takes string args with './[];' — Tell terminal to process as literal input?

My script takes a key as its third argument, and it can have any kind of input...including characters that bash complains about. I'd really like to use this one-off script right from the terminal, ...
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Read everything that has been echo'd and 'errored' to terminal window?

I've inherited a complex shell script running on OSX that gets run on a crontab. Within the script I would like to periodically read everything in the terminal window and write it to another file... ...