Moving Files In Linux - page 9
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Linux has more ways to move data around than most people would care to keep track of. This bounty of tools doesn't need to be confusing. The main thing is to know what options you have available, and then choose the few that you want to really get to know in depth. For the rest, just keep them in the back of your mind in case you come upon a scenario where learning a new tool might be the most efficient answer to solving your file moving problems.
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