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Replace cp function by rsync [duplicate]

I'm trying to replace my cp function by an rsync function My cp function is the following find /home/odroid/USBHD/Movies/ -iname "*.mkv" -mtime '-1' -exec cp -n {} /home/odroid/NASVD/Movies \; do ...
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Clone directory tree structure and copy files to the corresponding directories modified after a specific date

I have a folder with more than 30 sub directories and I want to get the list of the files which was modified after a specified date(say sep 8 which is the real case) and to be copied with the same ...
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Copy files and directory tree for filesize in specified range

Hi I would like to make a small script copying files from different directories example /pp/01 /pp/02/ etc... to another destination with the same directory design. But only those files within the ...
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Find Directory and copy another directory to found directory?

I'm attempting to find a directory A that could be in a variable location and copy another directory B into the found directory. So, I'd like to find directory A, and copy Directory B into Directory ...
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How to copy a list of files and adjust destination filenames on the fly?

When I don't need to adjust destination filenames I can do something like this: $ find -type f -name '*.pat' -print0 | xargs -O cp -t /path/to/dest It is safe because the filenames may even ...
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How can you move (or copy) all files to a directory with the same filename prefix?

Using Bash So let's say I have a bunch of files randomly placed in a parent directory ~/src, I want to grab all the files matching a certain suffix and move (or copy) them to a ~/dist directory. ...