Where is the bash home directory?
- on Linux/BSD/macOS/OSX without sudo or root. user=pi user_home=$(bash -c “cd ~$(printf %q “$user”) && pwd”)
- on Linux/BSD/macOS/OSX as root.
- on Linux/BSD (but not modern macOS/OSX) without sudo or root.
How do I go to home in bash? To navigate to your home directory, use “cd” or “cd ~” To navigate up one directory level, use “cd ..” To navigate to the previous directory (or back), use “cd -” To navigate through multiple levels of directory at once, specify the full directory path that you want to go to.
How do I change the home directory in bash? The Home ( ~ ) directory in Git Bash can be changed by setting the user-level %HOME% environment variable in Windows. This is quite safe as the %HOME% environment variable is not normally set for Windows applications, so creating it shouldn’t affect anything else.
How do I find my home directory? To find your Home folder, open Finder and use the keyboard shortcut Command-Shift-H. You can use the Go pull-down menu from the menu bar to go to the Home folder. (Oddly, the home folder is called Home in this menu.)