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Re: OFF TOPIC: directory tree script file problem



du /mnt/DOWNLOADS will give you a recursive list about the
directory sturture and files. Use regular expression to
filter the output to something you want then.

--- Mick Mearns <off_by_1 yahoo com> からのメッセージ:
> Hello list;
>   for some time I have been struggling with a script
> problem.
> 
> What I want to do is scan a directory structure and
> re-create it
> without any files.
> 
> When I download files I put them into my home
> directory and then later
> copy them to /mnt/DOWNLOADS
> 
> I want to copy the directory structure of
> /mnt/DOWNLOADS into
> /home/mick
> without any files.
> 
> Then I can put files where they belong without
> duplication.
> 
> Periodicaly I burn /mnt/DOWNLOADS to CD for safety.
> 
> I cannot figure out how to create the empty
> directory tree.
> I have tried various incantations of sed/cut/file
> and managed to
> destroy the file system on a test box! (I was root)
> 
> Help would be appreciated.
> 
> Thanks
>    Mick M.
> 
> 
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