Question Solved1 Answer Suppose you were Linus Torvalds (originator of what became the Linux project) and were enrolled at BC with a CSLab account with user ID torvalds. Consider this sequence of Linux commands: \( \$ \mathrm{~cd} \) \$ cd 2271/Assignments/PA1 \( \$ \mathrm{~cd}_{\ldots} \) \( \$ \) pwd What is the system's response to the last command? Be sure not to include any Suppose you were Linus Torvalds (originator of what became the Linux project) and were enrolled at BC with a CSLab account with user ID torvalds. Consider this sequence of Linux commands: \( \$ \mathrm{~cd} \) \$ cd 2271/Assignments/PA1 \( \$ \mathrm{~cd}_{\ldots} \) \( \$ \) pwd What is the system's response to the last command? Be sure not to include any extraneous spaces in your answer.

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Transcribed Image Text: Suppose you were Linus Torvalds (originator of what became the Linux project) and were enrolled at BC with a CSLab account with user ID torvalds. Consider this sequence of Linux commands: \( \$ \mathrm{~cd} \) \$ cd 2271/Assignments/PA1 \( \$ \mathrm{~cd}_{\ldots} \) \( \$ \) pwd What is the system's response to the last command? Be sure not to include any extraneous spaces in your answer.
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Transcribed Image Text: Suppose you were Linus Torvalds (originator of what became the Linux project) and were enrolled at BC with a CSLab account with user ID torvalds. Consider this sequence of Linux commands: \( \$ \mathrm{~cd} \) \$ cd 2271/Assignments/PA1 \( \$ \mathrm{~cd}_{\ldots} \) \( \$ \) pwd What is the system's response to the last command? Be sure not to include any extraneous spaces in your answer.
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General GuidanceThe answer provided below has been developed in a clear step by step manner.Step: 1commands are as listed cd cd 2271/Assignments/PA1cd ..pwdExplanation:1) cd command will change working directory on Unix platform to home directory2) cd 2271/Assignments/PA1 This command changes present working directory to 2271/Assignments/PA13)cd .. this command will move the one level u ... See the full answer