Some people modify their personal Linux configuration so that whenever they change to another directory, the command prompt changes to reflect it. The prompt shown to the right is an example of one. It lists the machine name first (zoo), then a ':', and finally the current directory (primates). If you do not have this sort of configuration, you will need to learn a command which tells you where you are in the directory structure. To find out where you are, use the "pwd" command, which stands for "print working directory". Type it at the command prompt to verify your current location. Then, at the second prompt, type the command which lists the contents of the current directory, so we can be sure that everything was copied into this directory properly.
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