Need help! :( A+ Lab - Directory Managment

PumpkinEaterPumpkinEater Registered Users Posts: 1 ■□□□□□□□□□
I got this lab do by 1:30 tomorrow and I have no clue how to do any of it! I really need this one too icon_sad.gif

Does anybody have the answers or does anyone have the knowledge to do it? Because I'm doomed!!! It was a sheet of paper titled "Lab - Directory Managment"

The entire paper is posted below, please help anyone if possible. Thanks

Lab - Directory Managment

Objective: To experience directory managment at the command line.


1. While at the root of the drive, create the following directory structure:
I - - Personal
l l - - Music
l l -Jazz
l - -Work
l - -Reports
l - -Quotations

2. Syntax to create the "Personal" directory and its subdirectories in one step


3. Syntax to create the "Work" directory and its subdirectories at a time.
List ~ALL~ syntax required.



4. Change your location in the directory structure to be in "Music".

Syntax (Absolute):____________________________

5. Remove the "Quotations" directory from your current location.

Syntax: _______________________________________

6. Still in your current location, change your current directory to "Reports".

a. Write down what your prompt looks like: _________________________________

7. Rename the "Reports" directory to documents.

a. Syntax: ________________________________________
b. What did you have to do before hand in order to perform the above step successfully?


8. How can a user check to see if the rename process succeeded?


9. Delete the "Personal" directory and its subdirectories in one step. When performing the delete, ensure that it is not going to ask you for confirmation of the deletion.

Syntax: ________________________________________

10. Copy system.ini and win.ini files located in the Windows directory to the Work directory.

Syntax: ________________________________________

11. Draw the current directory structure of work.


  • Daniel333Daniel333 Member Posts: 2,077 ■■■■■■□□□□
    Hey dude, you don't find too many people who will help you with your homework. But if you come at us with specific questions we're always willing to help.

    e.g. "I am having trouble with the mkdir command, can you show why this XYZ isn't working?" as opposed to posting your assignment.

    Best of luck
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