"BMW GT1 DIS - SCO 5.0 and Oracle 7 Root HDD Clone - IBM T30"

Post #303032069 by vbe on Sunday 10th of March 2019 05:51:24 PM

Well if you find the exact same hard disk, and find any means to plug it onto your T70 you may use the dd utility to make an exact copy ... it works also if the disk is bigger only you loose the difference...
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Clone(3)						User Contributed Perl Documentation						  Clone(3)

NAME
Clone - recursively copy Perl datatypes SYNOPSIS
package Foo; use parent 'Clone'; package main; my $original = Foo->new; $copy = $original->clone; # or use Clone qw(clone); $a = { 'foo' => 'bar', 'move' => 'zig' }; $b = [ 'alpha', 'beta', 'gamma', 'vlissides' ]; $c = Foo->new; $d = clone($a); $e = clone($b); $f = clone($c); DESCRIPTION
This module provides a clone() method which makes recursive copies of nested hash, array, scalar and reference types, including tied variables and objects. clone() takes a scalar argument and duplicates it. To duplicate lists, arrays or hashes, pass them in by reference. e.g. my $copy = clone (@array); # or my %copy = %{ clone (\%hash) }; SEE ALSO
Storable's dclone() is a flexible solution for cloning variables, albeit slower for average-sized data structures. Simple and naive benchmarks show that Clone is faster for data structures with 3 or less levels, while dclone() can be faster for structures 4 or more levels deep. COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2001-2013 Ray Finch. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. AUTHOR
Ray Finch "<rdf@cpan.org>" Breno G. de Oliveira "<garu@cpan.org>" and Florian Ragwitz "<rafl@debian.org>" perform routine maintenance releases since 2012. perl v5.18.2 2013-12-07 Clone(3)

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