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Old 13 March 2002, 06:40   #2
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Like most Disk Based OS's, AmigaDOS also has a command directory, it's called the 'c' directory! Just open a newcli and use the copy command like the following:

copy sourcefile(s) c:

where the sourcefile(s) means the source location of the file or files you want to copy and c: is the command directory! Be sure to use the : after the c, as this is the default alias for the command directory!

You can also use wildcard chars like # and ? to copy multiple files like in the following command:

copy df0:#? c:

this would caopy all files from the root of the disk in drive df0: to the c: directory!

Also, you may want to try another adf reader/writer, I personally use TSgui short for Tracksaver GUI. You can find it on Aminet!
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