The Linux command-line offers many useful methods of creating many folders on your computer at once.  This command will create a few folders on your system named one,two,three,four and create the folders five,six,seven,eight within each folder created. ~$ mkdir -p {one,two,three,four}/five/six/seven/eight~$ mkdir -p {one,two,three,four}/five/six/seven/eight This command will create four folders named one,two,three,four and put the …

I need to correct what I said in this posting: http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/bash-shell-is-better-than-powershell-and-discussion-of-the-linux-desktop-versus-windows/ and also this one. regarding the Powershell and its handling of certain constructs that I mentioned in this posting: http://www.securitronlinux.com/bejiitaswrath/windows-powershell-not-as-good-as-bash-shell-and-other-thoughts/. It turns out that the Powershell does support this after all as shown in this sample below. PS C:\Users\Homer\Documents> ls STRIFE[0-9].wad Directory: C:\Users\Homer\Documents Mode …