mv: Move (rename) files
mv moves or renames files (or directories). Synopsis:
mv [option]... source dest mv [option]... source... directory
If the last argument names an existing directory,
mv moves each
other given file into a file with the same name in that directory.
Otherwise, if only two files are given, it renames the first as
the second. It is an error if the last argument is not a directory
and more than two files are given.
mv can move only regular files across filesystems.
If a destination file exists but is normally unwritable, standard input
is a terminal, and the `-f' or `--force' option is not given,
mv prompts the user for whether to replace the file. (You might
own the file, or have write permission on its directory.) If the
response does not begin with `y' or `Y', the file is skipped.
The program accepts the following options. Also see section Common options.
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