Why I can’t escape spaces on a bash script?

I’m trying to escape the space char for a path in Bash, but neither using a backslash or quotes works. .sh script: ROOT=”/home/hogar/Documents/files/” FILE=${ROOT}”bdd.encrypted” DESTINATION=”/home/hogar/Ubuntu One/folder” mv ${FILE} ${DESTINATION} After execute the script (./file) this is the result: mv: target 'One/folder' is not a directory Why does the mv command split the string, and how … Read more