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Posted on 2014-11-27
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Hi Experts, I'm doing:
ssh user@remote_IP find remote_path -name Transfer_data. * -maxdepth 1 perm perm -444 / 222! -perm / 111 -type f> TEMP_GIS / lista.lst

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then on "TEMP_GIS / lista.lst" I have:
remote_path/Transfer_data.20141119172332
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141119172032
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141127120302
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141127120232
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141126165232
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141126165203
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141127115632
/remote_path/Transfer_data.20141127112703

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this is almost correct, but how do I copy these files using scp -p command to another local directory, called INPUTS_GIS?

And I need in lista.lst:
Transfer_data.20141119172032
Transfer_data.20141127120302
Transfer_data.20141127120232
Transfer_data.20141126165232
Transfer_data.20141126165203
Transfer_data.20141127115632

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Sorry if the question is very basic, but I need to resolve it as quickly as possible.
Thank you very much
Regards
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Question by:carlino70
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To make "lista.lst" contain just the filenames you can do:

ssh user@remote_IP find remote_path ... ... ... -type f |xargs -I{} basename {} > TEMP_GIS/lista.lst

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"... ..." stands for the rest of the find command (i didn't want to type all that).

Please explain what you mean with "copy to another local directory"!

Do you mean "copy the files listed in "lista.lst" from the remote server to the local machine"?

If so, you could do:

xargs -I{} scp user@remote_IP:/source/path/{}   /INPUTS_GIS/ < TEMP_GIS/lista.lst

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"/source/path/ is the path on "remote_IP", probably "/remote_path".
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by:carlino70
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Excellent, you understood good!
I' ll try this.

Tkankyou
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by:gheist
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basename command shows just file name minus path
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by:carlino70
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It's work!
Thankyou again
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