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Using .. and . to copy files from dirctories

I'm trying to copy a file from the home directory to the current directory( which is a subdirectory of a directory in home) using .. and . instead of path names or ~ This is what I tried, but it ...
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How can I set up a job to copy a directory, not overwriting existing files? [closed]

How can I create a job that copies the Directory /media/hdd/docs to the Windows share \192.168.1.3\Docs each night at 23:00, not overwriting existing files. The Windows share is shared to "Everyone" ...
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How to copy data from Linux Server to Windows Server

I need to copy from Linux server to Windows. To copy between Linux servers we can use multiple options like scp, or rsync but how to copy data if I have to copy on windows Server from Linux Server. ...
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Copyed mysql files from previous system now error while connect, what to do?

Fist of all I have the files but the old system is gone. I took the folders in /var/lib/mysql/ and gave then the permissions the mysql folder that was in there had. user mysql group root only ...
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Can I copy multiple directories into a single directory with a single command?

I have used photorec to recover data from a HDD and now have many directories /home/ray/recup_dir.1, to /home/ray/recup-dir.598 taking up valuable space in my Home directory. I want to copy them ...
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Copy a file into another directory's inside [closed]

I want to copy positionXYZ into another directory's inside I want both of them.I put: Tutorials myname $ cp -r positionXYZ Documents/Gerris\ Programs/Tutorials/tutorial6/ Then it says : cp: ...
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Copying and relative Home

Your current directory is oxford. Make a copy of the file named outline.doc and place it into the sample_dir directory, using relative pathnames. I've attempted everything. sample_dir1 `-- ...