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14.1 > System > autojump (22.2.4)

autojump is a faster way to navigate your filesystem. It works by
maintaining a database of the directories you use the most from the
command line. The jumpstat command shows you the current contents
of the database. You need to work a little bit before the database
becomes usable. Autojump will listen and rank your 'cd' commands by
frequency. Once your database is reasonably complete, you can "jump"
to a commonly "cd"ed directory. It supports the bash, zsh, and
tcsh shells.


Add the following to your .bashrc so that autojump commands will
be recognized:

source /etc/profile.d/autojump.bash

Next, open a new shell and execute:

$ cd /tmp
$ cd /home
$ cd /var
$ j tmp

You should be dropped back into the /tmp directory. You can activate
autojump for other shells by changing the sourced file extension to
a supported shell name.

Maintained by: Brenton Earl
Keywords: cd,filesystem,indexing,navigation,shortcut
ChangeLog: autojump


Source Downloads:
release-v22.2.4.tar.gz (136fc755090496b29bf664ffdf706d53)

Download SlackBuild:
autojump.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

Validated for Slackware 14.1

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