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How to make a line of directories with one command?

With the mkdir command if I want this location to exist ~/test/panda/fat when only the ~ part of it exists so far I have to do something like this: mkdir ~/test mkdir ~/test/panda mkdir ...
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mkdir with date name? [duplicate]

In Linux shell, am I able to create a directory but the name would be a string returned from another program? And if I am able, how to? In particular I am asked to create a new directory in my Home, ...
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udevadm trigger not permitted message on the screen

The solution for the problem described is given in askubuntu, I tried booting with bootable USB. The options of Install Ubuntu and try Ubuntu were displayed but I am not sure which option to choose. ...
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Is it possible to get any folder created within a directory is being created with 777 permission? [duplicate]

I have one requirement in which when I create a directory I want to create it with 777 permission. I did all stuff but not able to do this, anybody knows how to do this? Then please share. Suppose I ...
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How to allow www-data to create a folder with read, write and execute permission [duplicate]

How do I create a directory with read, write and execute permission in ubuntu 14.04. I have a web-app written in php and I am using <?php mkdir('/items/folder', 0777, true); ?> to create ...
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Cant Create folder with full permission on ubuntu 14.04

I having a weird problem on my VPS with Ubuntu 14.04 as the server. I tried creating a directory with php mkdir using the code below <?php mkdir("/items/foldername", 0777, true); ?> ...
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rsync throwing mkdir: cannot create directory ‘/data/dir_1/dir_2/dir_3/’: No such file or directory

I mounted a disk at /data. This is empty at the moment. I need rsync to perform mkdir -p than mkdir as the file I needs to be at at level 4 i.e. /data/dir_1/dir_2/dir_3/filename when dir_1, dir_2 ...
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Sporadic problem making a directory in ntfs external drive

I have an NTFS formatted external drive that I use to back up my home directory and another directory called /virt which I use to store the files for a virtual box. Using rsync, I regularely back up ...
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mkdir crashes bash

I'm trying to create a directory in my home directory but the shell itself keeps crashing. I have permission to write to the directory. I am able to create files in the directory via touch. I can ...
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Creating a new subdirectory in multiple existing directories

I am trying to figure out an elegant way to create a new subdirectory in a series of existing directories. I have 15 already created directories called Week1 through Week15. Within those ...
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Overwrite an existing directory?

I have a directory name foo located in ~/Desktop. Suppose I want to create a directory from a terminal with same name and in the same location. When I tried mkdir it gave an error: mkdir: cannot ...