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From a Linux command line, how can I recursively copy all files including directory structures, except .zip files?
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From the directory you want to copy:
find . ! -name "*.zip" | cpio -pdm ../destinationdir

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also,
rsync -a --exclude=*.zip /sourcedir /destinationdir
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