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Sunday, 17 September 2017

mcopy Linux Command

mcopy

mcopy [options] sourcefile target
Copy files between Unix and MS-DOS format partitions. See cp and mtools for more information. Multiple source files can be specified and written to a target directory.

Options

The mcopy option flags differ from the flags passed to the Unix cp command. The flags are:

-t
Convert Unix line breaks to MS-DOS line breaks and vice versa when copying text files.

-b
Operate in batch mode; use for large copies of data.

-s
Copy recursively.

-P
Preserve attributes of copied files.

-Q
When copying multiple files, if one copy fails, stop. Useful if you think you may run out of disk space.

-a
Assume that all incoming files are ASCII and convert carriage return/line feed to plain line feed.

-T
Convert line breaks as with -a, but also convert PC-8 characters to ISO-8859-1 characters. Replace untranslatable characters with # or . for Unix and DOS respectively.

-n
Do not ask for confirmation when overwriting Unix files.

-o
Turn off confirmation for overwriting DOS files.

-m
Preserve file modification time.

-v
Display the names of files as they are copied.

-D clash-option
Specify the action to take if the specified directory name already exists. See mmd for the possible clash options.
Annamalai Thangaraj

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Item Reviewed: mcopy Linux Command Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Annamalai Thangaraj