mkdir Command in Linux

use mkdir creates an empty director inside Linux

mkdir Command in Linux

mkdir Command helps create new directories if the directory present already doesn’t create new directories and gives a warning message inside the terminal.

Syntax:

mkdir [OPTION]... DIRECTORY...
mkdir syntax
mkdir command output

Command Options

mkdir -m=Mode linuxBook
-m Option help to assign  new permission on creating time (Like in chmod)

Mode Options:

  • rwx: read-write execute permission on this file
  • wx: only write execute permission on this file
  • rx: only Read execute permission on this file
  • rw: only Read execute permission on this file
mkdir -m option output
mkdir -m option output

mkdir -p or mkdir --parents
-p option does not show an error if the directory exists. Also, the directory that exists then overwrites your directory. Your directory does not exist, then create a new directory.

mkdir -p option output
mkdir -p option output

mkdir -v or mkdir --verbose
check working behind mkdir command and print a message in the terminal after each created directory

mkdir -v flag output
mkdir -v flag output

mkdir --help
display this help and exit

mkdir --help flag output
mkdir --help flag output

mkdir --version
output mkdir command version information.

mkdir --version flag output
mkdir --version flag output

man mkdir
print mkdir manual page Information Inside Your Cmd Tool.

man mkdir output
man mkdir output

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