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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetProgramming & Design · 8 years ago

i need help, i need to perform this action using linux bash shell. anyone familiar with this please help?

assign1b

`-- assign1

|-- admin

|-- don_mills

| |-- annex

| |-- building1

| `-- parking

|-- faculty

|-- history.exe

|-- markham

| |-- outline.doc

| |-- programming

| | `-- bto120.pdf

| `-- security

|-- seneca

| |-- gen_ed

| `-- lib_arts

| |-- english.txt

| `-- match.doc

`-- york

|-- cafeteria

|-- library

`-- security

|-- annex

|-- building

`-- parking

Your current directory is seneca. Make a copy of the file named parking (from the security directory), name it parking2, and place it in your current directory, using relative pathnames:

ive tried a bunch of stuff but nothing works. please help!

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  • 8 years ago
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    I'm a bit confused by your ascii art, but something like

    $ cp ../security/parking parking2

    (.. means "up one", ../.. means "up two", etc.)

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