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Seeing your up alias reminded me of a bash function I setup a while ago also called up. I use it to simulate doing cd .. n number of times. e.g. up 5 would go up 5 directory levels.

up ()
{
    local levels;
    local i;
    [[ -z "$1" ]] && levels=1 || levels="$1";
    for ((i=0; i<levels; i++))
    do
        cd ../;
    done
}

It’s probably the smallest, yet most convenient thing I’ve setup on my machines. Especially so if you work in languages with lots of nested subdirectories (like Java).

Jakob
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i setup several aliases

alias ..='cd ..'
alias ...='cd ../../.'
alias ...='cd ../../../.'
alias ....='cd ../../../../.'

and so on…

Are you creating a copy of your commands in some /bin folder and renaming?

@lonnez@lemmy.ml
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Probably just bash aliases:

e.g.

alias in="apt install"

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