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I am creating a hierarchical tree structure and I was wondering what commands I needed to do that. I have 4 directories and sixteen sub directories and 4 files. Thank you for your help in getting my started in right direction.Smilie
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Old 02-03-2010
try this, if it helps ya

Code:
 
$ mkdir -p dir{1,2,3,4}/dir{1,2,3,4}
 
$ ls dir1
dir1  dir2  dir3  dir4
 
$ touch dir{1,2,3,4}/dir{1,2,3,4}/file{1,2,3,4}
 
$ ls dir1/dir1/
file1  file2  file3  file4

 

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