How to move a directory to another folder or directory in Linux?
Published July 25, 2021
To move a directory to another folder or directory, we can use the
mv command followed by the source path of the directory and then the destination path in Linux.
For example, let's say we have a directory called
directory1 with some files inside it which we need to move to a directory called
directory2, to do that we can use the
mv Linux command like this,
# Move "directory1" to "directory2" directory mv directory1 directory2
In the above command after the
mvcommand we have defined the source path of the directory which is
directory1and after that the destination path which is
directory2directory where it needs to be moved to.
Executing the above command will move the
directory1directory to the
See the execution of the above command live in repl.it.
That's all 😃!