easyt50@X220 ~ $ sudo cp /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-evdev.conf /Public2
easyt50@X220 ~ $ whereis Public2
easyt50@X220 ~ $ ls
Desktop Documents Dropbox Music Public Videos
DL Downloads Linux Books Pictures Templates
Above is a copy of the terminal session. A easy cp command. But where did the file 10-evdev.conf go? I was trying to copy the file to my home dir. I look up a sample cp command on the web and read the man cp file. But I am stuck. Where did the file go? As you can see Public2 does not exist.
Now I got around my problem by using the file GUI interface. But I am trying to learn a bit about terminal commands and really don’t understand what I did wrong. Thanks.