Either Relative (e.g. ``..'' or ``../OtherDirectory'' or
``SubDirectory'') or absolute path
(e.g. ``/usr/people/YourName/aDirectory'') can be given. The
~/'' (HOME directory) can be used.
The subdirectories are listed.
If you are not the owner of the directory you move into, you'll see a message like WARNING: you are not allowed to write in this directory that you can ignore... However you'll have to Save your data somewhere else.
Note that by default, a new
out.dat file will be created in this
new directory the next time you perform a peak search, unless you use the
o command and specify the
complete name (absolute path + name, e.g
``/usr/people/YourName/YourDirectory/NewPeakFile.dat'') for the output
See also the bugs section and that about configuration files.
Starting with soas-3.2, you can use cd as an alias for G (more shell-like).