I may be going bonkers here, but I'm trying to move a directory to a new location, overwriting the contents (on Linux, using bash).
Everytime I try it, it responds with "mv: cannot move `./src' to a subdirectory of itself"
eg. I have:
/src /new/dir/src /$ mv src/ new/dir/
If I delete the destination dir, then it works. I know I can move the contents of the source dir to overwrite the destination, but I'd like to use the same command to overwrite the destination if it already exists, or move the source if it doesn't.