To define what I mean by "custom path identifier", I mean a short set of character(s) that represent a whole path, and example of this would be the
~, if you type
cd ~ in your Terminal Emulator it will go to your home folder. But I'd like to make a custom one for a different path. I looked in the
.bashrc folder for hints on how to do this, but I could find anything unfortunately.
The "custom path identifier" I'm trying to make is
/home/myuser/Applications/Custom/Java/. Since I'm going to be using that path a lot ( and daily) I don't want to keep retyping the whole path, and just typing
~~ would be nice. I tried using the
But, unfortunately this did not work.
On the side note, I apologize if I used the wrong terminology for anything, I'm fairly new to all this Linux stuff and I know very little. So thanks for any extra information I get.