Manipulate file name piped from find command
How can I alter the path of a file found with
find before I run an
exec on it? I want to find files and then
mv them to a mounted file system that has the same file structure as the system being searched.
Say I found
./home/usr1/dir1/file, I want to move it to
/mountedSystem/home/usr1/dir1/file, so all I need is to remove the leading
. and append
/mountedSystem to the start of the file path before executing the
mv. Is there any way to do this safely?