Linux / Unix: Pwd command used for what purposes?

by on March 9, 2013 · 0 comments· LAST UPDATED March 9, 2013

Fig.01: A typical shell user session with pwd, ls, and cd commands.

The pwd command is used to display name of current/working directory under Linux, Apple OS X, *BSD, and Unix like operating systems.

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Examples and usage: HowTo: Use pwd Command In Linux / UNIX

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