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comment PHP-CLI cannot execute scripts on Samba Share (using cifs) inside a guest VM (Centos 6)
positive ........
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comment PHP-CLI cannot execute scripts on Samba Share (using cifs) inside a guest VM (Centos 6)
@Mircea As requested
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comment Merging directories in Linux across 2 file systems
Thanks - figured it out - worked a treat
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comment Cannot move folder to a subdirectoy of itself - What's going on?
I've now also included fstab to see if that helps
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comment Merging directories in Linux across 2 file systems
When I try to use the syntax provided I get the following error... 'Cowardly refusing to create an empty archive'
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comment Merging directories in Linux across 2 file systems
Thanks for the reply Steven.
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comment Merging directories in Linux across 2 file systems
Thank for the reply. Does this tar all my files, then move the tarball, then untar them? If so I assume I will need the same amount (or close) of free filespace available on the first disk as the size of the files I'm copying - and also the same situation on the second disk (space for the tarball and the files being untarred)??
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