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You can use rsync to copy your files. The -p option will preserve permissions and so many options: -p --> Preserve permissions -E --> Preserve Executability -o --> Preserve OwenrShip -g --> Preserve Groups -t --> Preserve modifition time for further redings use this link


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cp also can copy files preserving permissions, ownership etc. For this you need to use the --preserve switch. Here's the corresponding manual entry: --preserve[=ATTR_LIST] preserve the specified attributes (default: mode,ownership,timestamps), if possible additional attributes: context, links, xattr, all But as Fiximan suggested cp -a would be simpler. ...


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Thanks for getting in touch. My name is James Wengraf and you can reach me on james.wengraf@canonical.com or 0044 207 630 2463 and I sit on the Cloud Platforms team at our HQ. In answer to your questions: No Yes Automated installation better route to go, for many reasons. Please refer to Ubuntu OpenStack Autopilot, which will automate the installation for ...


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If you are vendor-locked on Copy, you can ask support on their site about preserving attributes. If you have GUI, I suggest to use FreeFileSync (Ubuntu ppa available). It is open-source (GPLv3) software; works great with local and remote (FTP, SMB/CIFS, SSH via GVFS) files; compares by attributes and by content; have flexible sync settings (two way, ...


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take a look at this post. There's a SHELL script which lets you write/read to/from your Dropbox account, and also there's a headless Dropbox installation which lets you access your account via the command line. To install it, issue these commands: 32-bit: cd ~ && wget -O - "https://www.dropbox.com/download?plat=lnx.x86" | tar xzf - 64-bit: cd ~ ...



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