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system disks

In a previous episode Derek Martin said...
:: This is not true. The mv command has (or perhaps had) that limitation on
:: commercial Unix systems, but the mv command on Linux has no such
:: limitation.

but to be fair, a mv across filesystems is really implemented by cp
like semanitcs not by mv (rename (2)) semantics..

it is a heck of a lot safer than "cp -p *; rm *" though as you get per
file error checking..


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