Copy one file into another location.
- cp ~jics/MP2_June94/lab1/halftone.f
- copies halftone.f from the
lab1 subdirectory of the MP2_June94 subdirectory of the
jics home directory to a file called
halftone.f in the
lab1 subdirectory of your own home directory.
- cp ~jics/MP2_June94/lab1/* .
- (Please notice the
dot here!) copies everything in the lab1 subdirectory of the
MP2_June94 subdirectory of the jics home directory into your
current working directory. In this command, you should notice the
`` ." This is VERY important!
- cp trial1.f trial2.f
- copies trial1.f in your
current working directory to trial2.f in your current working
- cp trial1.f lab4
- copies the file trial1.f into the
subdirectory called lab4.
- cp -r ~jics/CM5 /CM5+
- copies the entire CM5
subdirectory of the jics home directory recursively into the
CM5 subdirectory of your home directory.