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How to rename a file in Linux?

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asked in Programming by Eathen (1,930 points)
i want to know which command can be used to rename a file in Linux.?

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answered by anonymous
The move command mv is typically used for this purpose.
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answered by pawel10
Just move it by command mv to the same directory but with your desired name
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answered by amit_pammu Expert (5,030 points)

You need to use the mv command. It is used to rename and move files and directories. The general syntax is as follows:

mv old-file-name  new-file-name
mv [options] old-file-name  new-file-name
mv file1 file2

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