From Klein Kravis, 3 Months ago, written in Bash.
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#!/bin/bash
#Make this file executable by using chmod, or run the commands individually. You can find instructions online
echo ?Make sure that you edited this file so Username is replaced with your username?
echo ?Creating directories?
mkdir /home/username/Sys64
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/Libraries
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/SH
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/Bin
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/64
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/32
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X86
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X64
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X86/AMD
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X86/Intel
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Broadcom
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Broadcom/RPI
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Broadcom/Main
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Desktop
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Mobile
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Intel
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Samsung
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X64/AMD
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/X64/Intel
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/Kernel
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/memtest
mkdir /home/username/Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Desktop/.hide
echo?Moving directory?
mv home/username/Sys64 /
echo?You can find your hidden folder at /Sys64/ARM/Qualcomm/Snapdragon/Desktop/.hide?
echo?Done?
exit 0