If I want to copy a single file into three locations (directories), by using a single cp command (e.g. cp file /dir1/ /dir2/ /dir3/. Would that be possible? If yes, please provide the command for GNU/Linux or Unix operating systems.
I am a new Debian Linux / Ubuntu Linux LTS user. How do I reinstall a package using apt-get command line? Is there an ‘apt-get force reinstall package’ command?
I know how to send WOL command using Linux or FreeBSD wake command. But, how do I send Wake on LAN (WOL) frames to hosts on a local Ethernet network using Apple OS X Unix operating systems to wake up my servers or nas devices?
I‘m a new Linux user. How do I copy a directory or folder under Linux operating system using command line options and bash shell?
I‘ve recently swiched from Ubuntu Linux to CentOS / RHEL / Scientific Linux version 6 gnome desktop. However, I’m unable to find the gpass the password manager for GNOME2 desktop in repo. How do I install the same under RHEL 6 or CentOS or Scientific Linux 6 or Fedora Linux 15?
How do I stop the cp command or mv command Linux or Unix command? What happens if the mv or cp command is interrupted on live system?