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> Using Xcopy, using xcopy
meatbal69
post Oct 21 2003, 08:19 PM
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I am very new to linux I installed it so I could use it so I could I could use xcopy.Yes I know that xcopy it is a windows based program and I did install winex to help with this but no luck,could someone email step by step to I could use this program to back up my ps2 games my kids are kill my my wallet and my games I dont want to install mode chip
please help
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hughesjr
post Oct 22 2003, 06:33 AM
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I'm not sure why you would want to use xcopy ... that is just a command to copy file in windows ...

In linux, the command to copy files is cp.

Where are the files that you are trying to copy located? On a seperate computer with windows on it ... on a seperate windows partition on the same computer ...?


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