LINUX-Frequently used commands
|cp command Copy the file or directory|
|cp [Option] [Copy source file name] [Copy destination file name]|
|Use this command to copy a file or directory.
When executing, you must specify the source file name and destination file name.
|Frequently used options|
|-r Copy the entire directory
-f Force to overwrite the destination file if it already exists
-i If the destination file already exists, confirm whether to overwrite it.
-p Copies the source file while retaining its owner, timestamp, access rights, and other information
|Example: Copy the file.|
|$ cp data.dat data_new.dat ← Copy "data.dat" to "data_new.dat".|
|Example: Copy the entire directory|
|$ cp -r dir1 dir2 ← Execute the "cp" command with the option "-r"