Re: ideas about moving Debian to another hard drive
On Tue, 6 May 1997, you wrote:
> I agree with Rick M. on this one, although I would suggest adding the -x
> option. This way if there are any additional mounted file systems, like
> user, or home, then they will be left off the copy and can be mounted as
> before on the new system.
cp -ax certainly is much simpler than using find and cpio. Is
there any option to cp (I can't find one) that would keep it from
copying /proc, like the -prune option in find?
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