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mkdir: Make directories
mkdir creates directories with the specified names. Synopsis:
mkdir [option]... name...
If a name is an existing file but not a directory,
mkdir prints a
warning message on stderr and will exit with a status of 1 after
processing any remaining names. The same is done when a name is an
existing directory and the -p option is not given. If a name is an
existing directory and the -p option is given,
mkdir will ignore it.
mkdir will not print a warning, raise an error, or change
the mode of the directory (even if the -m option is given), and will
move on to processing any remaining names.
The program accepts the following options. Also see 2. Common options.
chmodand uses `a=rwx' (read, write and execute allowed for everyone) minus the bits set in the umask for the point of the departure. See section 26. File permissions.
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