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comment Using a Linux/Unix terminal to copy many files to a new location
Thanks a lot for the help!
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comment Using a Linux/Unix terminal to copy many files to a new location
@Zoredache /somedir/.../file.jpg isn't a directory (of course). But if I plug in the file path into the cp command (right where the $1 is) just like I have it up there, then it works. If xargs works like I think it does, I don't see what I'm doing wrong. Everything I've read on xargs makes me think want I have up there is correct. Apparently it's not.
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comment Using a Linux/Unix terminal to copy many files to a new location
@javano Yup the all have similar file names, and they're all in different folders across the system.
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comment Is it possible to reboot a Linksys BEFSR41 router remotely?
Also, on that note, I have found DDWRT to be much more stable which is why I switched to it. You could go that rout if you want. - dd-wrt.com/site/index
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comment Is it possible to reboot a Linksys BEFSR41 router remotely?
Fixed my post. If you only look at step 7, under the Web Administration Page there should be a soft reset button, which is what you're looking for. I know when I had my linksys the soft reset button was around there, I don't know exactly where and I have since put DDWRT on the router instead. I hope this helps :)
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comment Is it possible to reboot a Linksys BEFSR41 router remotely?
Step 7 only does a soft reset, ignore everything else. Unless you don't know how to log into the router web interface.