I am trying to do something quite simple but seem to be
having trouble negotiating various directories in Rasbian.
For example I open an Lx Terminal window
and try to change directories
from /home/pi to /home/pi/Desktop/abc radio national
( yes all these folders/directories exist )
I get the following :
[email protected] ~ $ pwd
[email protected] ~ $ cd Desktop
[email protected] ~/Desktop $ ls
abc radio national bootmsgs.txt extra mp3s getlucky.mp4 idle3.desktop midori.desktop omxplayer.old.log scratch.desktop youtube-dl
america debian-reference-common.desktop funny mp3s goldfish.jpg idle.desktop music python-games.desktop video
audio einstein.jpg general hub back powering lxterminal.desktop omxplayer.log rpi~ wpa_gui.desktop
[email protected] ~/Desktop $ cd abc radio national Note: ( shows up in blue in ls above )
bash: cd: abc: No such file or directory
What am I doing wrong ? Doesn't it like the length of "abc radio national"
directory ? Rasbian lets me create a dir name of that length
( as you can see above ) but I can't seem to change to it ?
The idea is that I have another folder
inside "abc radio national" named "awaye"
( which contains a radio program pod cast mp3 I want to play with omxplayer ).
This path exists : /home/pi/Desktop/abc radio national/awaye ( with away1.mp3 I want to play ).
How do I change to this directory ?
If I can't change to "awaye" then omxplayer may not be able to access the mp3 I want to play.