Linux mkdir command

If you wish to create a new directory in your Linux system you usually use the mkdir command. It is very handy in your day to day Linux administration. It is a useful command for both Beginners and Experts.In this article, we will show you the most popular usage of the Linux mkdir command.

Create a new directory using mkdir

mkdir ./myNewDirectory

Create parent directories along the way

mkdir -p ./this/is/a/nested/directory

Show output of mkdir

mkdir -v ./this/will/be/anounced
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