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Re: Duplicate USB Drives

 On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 3:03 PM, Matt Kowalski <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> Does anyone know how to duplicate a source USB thumb drive to multiple 
>  target drives in Linux?  I was thinking *dd* should work but how do I 
>  specify multiple outputs for each device? 

You might be able to use the 'tee' command instead.  It won't let you 
specify blocking factor, 
but it does let you duplicate its input to multiple output files.  Try 
something like: 

tee < /dev/input out1 out2 out3 ... > out4 

Good Luck, 
Bill Bogstad 

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