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comment Replacement for DOS xcopy command
You are completely right, sorry for this stupidity.
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comment Replacement for DOS xcopy command
Yes lekenstein, both constructions work and I like to see the progress, thats a good addition. But I discoverd, if one of the files is hidden, it is skipped, how to solve that?
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comment Replacement for DOS xcopy command
lekenstein's find -iname '*.mp3' -exec install -D {} ../TEMP2/{} \; with enzotib's "-D" got it going to work. Marcel Stimbergs work is excellent. That means after two days searching solved with your help. You are amazing. Thanks a lot even for the contribs that did not work. Solved! Rinus
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comment Replacement for DOS xcopy command
Yes your find construction works too! I like that one the most. It's a great learning experience. I have come to the right place. But the forum software is very user unfriendly. Rinus
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comment Replacement for DOS xcopy command
This one does not copy the subdir.
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comment Replacement for DOS xcopy command
Indeed I want to preserve directory structure.
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