accessing files & directories - a really simple question
Here's a question that probably everybody but me knows the answer to.
I have a file server running on Win 2k, the files on which, as of a few hours ago, I am successfully able to access. The small problem I'm having is, from the command line, accessing those files & directories which are more than a single word or that contain spaces. Is there a substitute character in Linux that means "space bar" ?
For example, if I'm trying to navigate to the directory "Vince Guaraldi Trio" located on /mnt/mediaserver, I've tried:
$ cd /mnt/mediaserver/Vince Guaraldi Trio
Then, as you know, I get the error message:
bash: cd: Vince: No such file or directory
I know I can successfully get there by:
But what if I had 2 directories, one called "Vince Guaraldi Trio" and one called "Vince Vaughn Sings The Blues", how would I cd to "Vince Vaughn Sings The Blues" ?
Of course I can do all this stuff from the gui, but I'm trying to learn to do as much in the terminal as I possibly can.