Maybe you are thinking that how you can create your own bash command same as
rm, and etc.
bin folder in the user’s home directory.
1 mkdir ~/bin
hello.sh file with your future command called hello, and also whenever you update
hello.sh file, it will automatically sync all updates to
1 ln -sf $PWD/hello.sh ~/bin/hello
To run your
hello command, You need to set
~/bin path into your
~/.profile file. Copy and paste the following code into your
~/.profile, and don’t forget to restart your terminal.
1 2 3 if [[ -d "$HOME/bin" ]]; then PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH" fi
Now you can run your hello command like this.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 # option 1 /bin/hello /bin/hello -v /bin/hello -h /bin/hello -f Yafiz -l Abraham # option 2 (recommended) hello -v hello -h hello -f Yafiz -l Abraham