Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Goonigoogoo, May 13, 2005.
cp gooni.googoo stripjoint
What the hell does that mean?
its a unix command
cp <filename> <new location>
wouldn't you mean: "mv gooni.googoo stripjoint" ???
and actually, stripjoint shouldn't be a "file", but rather a "folder"... So you'd "mv gooin.googoo /mnt/stripjoint/"
good point, i'm still a Unix noob, but with copy i can be at 2 places at once
I just typically do cp oki.vision <device name> for now. Baby steps .... baby steps.
which would create a paradox... so no.
If "stripjoint" is a subdirectory of the current directory then "mv gooni.googoo stripjoint" will work just fine