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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users recursive copy of hidden files Post 15788 by usfrog on Tuesday 19th of February 2002 01:02:45 PM
Old 02-19-2002
recursive copy of hidden files

I need to know how to copy hidden files recursively?

cp -r sourceDir/* targetDir/.

ignores the hidden files.

Thank you!!
 

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