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    Default How to move files

    How to move files

    from one account to other
    with out backup and reupload cause its 5 GB
    and i have low connection

    5 MBPS

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    Do you have root access?

    If so, use the cp command to copy files from one place to another.

    man cp will tell you how it works.

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    Default Ok

    still can you help me

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    don't forget to chown -R user:user home_folder_of_user_you_move_the_files_to after you finish copying because you will encounter permission issues.
    Not everything that is counted counts and not everything that counts can be counted

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    Quote Originally Posted by 281684
    still can you help me
    I explained what command can be used to copy files from one place to another and showed how you can find out how the command works.

    What is it you need to know?

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