How to create nested directories with a single command in linux

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How to create nested directories with a single command in linux?
Oct 19, 2020 in Linux Administration by anonymous
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Try this command.

mkdir -p /parent_dir/son_dir
answered Oct 19, 2020 by anonymous
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