How to create a new folder in Ubuntu

In Ubuntu, you can create a new folder using two methods: command line or graphical interface.

  1. In the command line:
    Open the terminal and create a new folder using the following command:
mkdir <文件夹名>

For example, to create a folder named “New Folder” in the current directory, you can run the following command:

mkdir 新文件夹
  1. Using the graphical interface, you can right click on a blank space in the file manager, select “New Folder” from the pop-up menu to create a new folder. Then, enter the folder name and press the “Enter” key to successfully create it.
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