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DarkNinja2462's Photo DarkNinja2462 20 Feb 2012

So I know how to copy a program TO a disk, but I don't know how to copy a program FROM a disk.
Plz Help ;)/>
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Advert's Photo Advert 20 Feb 2012

Type 'copy disk/stuff stuff' in your shell, replacing disk and stuff with the diskdrive and name of your file.
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DarkNinja2462's Photo DarkNinja2462 22 Feb 2012

is the diskdrive the side?
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Advert's Photo Advert 22 Feb 2012

 DarkNinja2462, on 22 February 2012 - 12:04 AM, said:

is the diskdrive the side?

No; this would be the directory the disk is in.

e.g
copy disk2/file file
would copy disk2/file to file on your computer.
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streetstar5's Photo streetstar5 22 Feb 2012

If you have drives on all 6 sides of a Computer with disk inside. The order is Top, Bottom, Front, Back, Left and then Right.
So Disk to Disk5
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Selkitty's Photo Selkitty 22 Feb 2012

I have a program that does this, look at the code and the code for the program I made to download it from cc-get it'll show the diffrence between the two ^^ Post is here
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