Posted By: Anonymous
cmd.exe (C:WINDOWSSystem32cmd.exe) and I have to change my current directory to “D:temp” i.e. temp folder in the D drive.
When I try to
cd nothing happens.
C:> cd D:temp C:>
I don’t know what else to do here. Even pressing
tab key does not give any hints. I have never got the reason to use cmd.exe until now when I have to. I mostly use Linux for development.
If this helps: I’m on a remote login to another computer and
D:temp in on the remote machine, but so is
C: where I have opened the terminal (cmd.exe).
The “cd” command changes the directory, but not what drive you are working with. So when you go “cd d:temp”, you are changing the D drive’s directory to temp, but staying in the C drive.
Execute these two commands:
D: cd temp
That will get you the results you want.