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Posted on: 21 Jan 2008
Author: mandrei
Section: Server Operating Systems | Administration Guides
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Go to previous working directory - Unix - Linux - BSD
Go to previous working directory - Unix - Linux - BSD, Unix / Linux / BSD old working directory

 



Go to previous/old working directory on Unix / BSD and Linux

Here's how to go to previous working directory using one of the cd - or cd $OLDPWD commands:

$ pwd
/root
$ echo $OLDPWD
/etc/
$ cd - && pwd
/etc

 

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