Im having trouble in Bash.
I have plain files in a directory on my desktop. I am trying to move them into a subdirectory within that directory using:
mv "Filename" /"Directoryname"
mv filename subDirectoryName/.
/ in front of the directory name in a move sequence, you're telling the shell that you would like it to be placed in a high level folder named
What you want is a sub-directory within your current directory. As you would usually move directories in bash,
../ goes up one directory, and
directory/ implies you are moving into a folder that is within your current directory.