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revised How to print find match as well as run an -exec
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comment Alter path of find result
Thanks this works for my specified problem, but in terms of the question, is there a way to alter the path, for example, if I wasn't able to use the leading part of it and it had to change?
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comment Alter path of find result
That looks good, can I specify only files that match a particular pattern/type like find or does it sync the whole system?
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comment Alter path of find result
I want to move what I found to the equivalent position on the mounted file system. So I need to change the destination path which will be the same other than the first directory.
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