e2cp (1) - Linux Manuals

e2cp: copies files from/to an e2fs filesystem


e2cp - copies files from/to an e2fs filesystem


e2cp [options] files... dest


The e2cp command copies files to/from an e2fs filesystem from/to the machine's filesystem.


A single `-' (dash) can be used instead of a file name to indicate standard input/output.
Input lines terminated by a null character.
Absolute directory names - create directories instead of just copying into the destination. Only valid for copying into an ext2fs filesystem.
-d dest_dir
Destination of files to be copied. May be in the ext2fs filesystem or the host filesystem.
-G gid
Set the default group to gid.
-O uid
Set the default file owner to uid.
Preserve host file attributes (permissions, times, etc.) when copying files.
-P mode
Set the file permissions (ie 755, 666).
-s src_dir
The source of the files to be copied.
Be verbose.


The e2tools were written by Keith Sheffield <sheff [at] pobox.com>.

This manual page was written by Lucas Wall <lwall [at] debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).


e2tools(7), e2ln(1), e2ls(1), e2mkdir(1), e2mv(1), e2rm(1), e2tail(1).