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Can I verbose output during a copy command processing?
Situation: If I entered a copy command like cp -rf /src/ /dsc/ then I am waiting several minutes for copy large directories. I forgot to put -v flag to verbose an output, Can I do it during copying?
Dec 22 '12 at 9:29
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