From Klein Kravis, 9 Months ago, written in Bash.
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  1. #!/bin/bash
  2. #Make this file executable by using chmod, or run the commands individually. You can find instructions online
  3. echo “Make sure that you edited this file so Username is replaced with your username”
  4. echo “Creating directories”
  5. mkdir /home/username/Sys64
  6. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/Libraries
  7. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/SH
  8. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/Bin
  9. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/64
  10. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/32
  11. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM
  12. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X86
  13. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X64
  14. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X86/AMD
  15. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X86/Intel
  16. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Broadcom
  17. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Broadcom/RPI
  18. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Broadcom/Main
  19. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm
  20. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon
  21. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Desktop
  22. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Mobile
  23. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Intel
  24. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Samsung
  25. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X64/AMD
  26. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X64/Intel
  27. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/Kernel
  28. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/memtest
  29. mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Desktop/.hide
  30. echo“Moving directory”
  31. mv home/username/Sys64 /
  32. echo“You can find your hidden folder at /Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Desktop/.hide“
  33. echo“Done”
  34. exit 0