Here's the best way to describe this: dirA dir1 file1.txt file3.txt dirB dir1 file1.txt file2.txt I want to copy the contents of dirB into dirA. cp -R dirB/* dirA ...
I'm trying to copy a directory tree recursively preserving hardlinks to the file. Using gnu cp, this would work with the -l flag. cp would then recreate the directory structure, but wouldn't need to ...
I want to list all of the files that are being copied by a cp command but the -v switch doesn't seem to exist on the servers here at work. I'm not sure exactly which OS this is. I think it might be ...