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Given your comment on user79914's response, it sounds like you'll have to explicitly list the files you want copied in a regular old cp command. Something like the following should do the job: cp … ./list_of_files.txt) do cp ${FILE} /destination/directory done This example assumes that you've added the list of desired files to the text file list_of_files.txt. The benefit of this approach, especially if …
answered Jun 26 by alex_crow