Linux - Change to Home Directory From the Command Line Terminal

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A lot of people don't know you can do this, or don't know how. Obviously to change directories you use the cd command. To change to your home directory, run the following command:

cd ~

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You can also use this method to reference files or folders in your home folder. For example:

cat ~/Documents/send-connector.txt

is the same thing as this:

cat /home/user/Documents/send-connector.txt

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