I'd like to copy the modification and access times, but not the user ID. If I use cp -p source target It will copy everything. I'm trying to copy files to a different user but keep the original ...
In Linux/Unix, if I am inside a directory of another user, but cannot view the contents of the directory by typing "ls," how do I get a copy of all the files? Is the only way to guess what the file ...
I can't understand the following behavior: I have a file named someFile under /opt/com/internal/someFile If I do ls -all /opt/com/internal/someFile the permissions are 700 user:userGroup I am root ...
I am executing the following command from my Linux machine. cp -r hwweb-ws-5.0 /home/tomcat/hwweb-1/webapps/ It's displaying the following error: cp: cannot create directory ...