I have a need to copy one file from /a/b/ folder to /a/c/, a/d/, a/e/
cp file.name /a/c cp file.name /a/d cp file.name /a/e
in the terminal, is there a way to use one line? I have read and seen that thera are ways, but I think my situation is different as my destination folder names are different.
I also want to ask that is it possible to cp a file into a destination folder and one recursive level in. So if there is a folder that has a/b/c/d, and you drop it in a, it goes to b and b/c, and not b/c/d.