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I will appreciate any help received. Our system is running on hpux v1
My problem is as follows:
We have many customer folders with name fd000100, fd000101 and so on
drwxrwx--- 2 fq000100 test 96 Jun 27 2004... (17 Replies)
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So I have extremely limited experience with shell scripting and I was hoping someone could point out a few commands I need to use in order to pull this off with a shell script like BASH or whatnot (this is on OS X).
I need to search out for filenames with account numbers in the name itself... (3 Replies)
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I want to copy a file from the top directory into all the sub-folders and all of the sub-folders of those sub-folder etc. Does anyone have any idea how to do this?
Thanks in advance of any help you can give. (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: EinsteinMcfly
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Well, I need help again sooner as I thought. Now I want to search for files with a known name within all subdirs, and copy the to differently named files in the same directory.
For example if I had only one file to copy, I would just usecp fileName newFileNamebut to do this... (1 Reply)
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How does recursive scp work? By recursive I think it should follow all the directories and copy all the matching files. It doesn't work like what I would expect. Here is a simple example that shows scp -r does not go into the subdirectories "one" and "two":
one two zero.txt
$ ls one... (6 Replies)
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I am experiencing a problem right now while copying a directory as well as its subdirectories to my target directory. I know this is a very simple UNIX command using cp -R source directory target directory. but unfortunatley while doing this an error comes up on the command line saying... (2 Replies)
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after trying numerous suggestions and racking my brain I cannot manage something which seems so simple.
Essentiallly, I would like to perform a recursive copy to a destination but give it a random name.
I assumed (incorrectly) that the following would work:
cp -r... (10 Replies)
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I want to copy a directory recursively ( it again has directories) and the directory is on windows and is nfsmounted in vxWorks, i am using unix to develop the code for this, can any one suggest me how to copy the directories recursively. (7 Replies)
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I have a shell script RemoveFiles.sh
Inside this file, it only has two commands as below:
rm -f ../../reportToday/temp/*
rm -f ../../report/*
My problem is that when i execute this script, nothing happened. Files remained unremoved. I don't see any error message as it... (2 Replies)
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I need to know how to copy hidden files recursively?
cp -r sourceDir/* targetDir/.
ignores the hidden files.
Thank you!! (2 Replies)
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