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osanseviero

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Linux commands question

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  1. osanseviero
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    The directories structure is: House (d) -Room(d) -TV's -Beds -Pillows -Office(d) -Computer -Books Work(d) -Secoffice(d) -Table -PC -Coffee -Gym(d) -Reception -Receptionist College(d) -Bigroom(d) -Whiteboard -Crayons -Direction(d) -Reception -Table

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    1. Create a new directory named exam, with the same hierarchy of School. exam needs to have a new file with the same content as the directory home

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    What commands could I use?

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    mkdir and touch seem essential, but what about the hierarchy?

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