Topic "Move Files to a directory with Wildcards"

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carthaus

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this is my move command, but it doesn't work

mv -f *.txt <path>\*.txt

2005-02-22 10:22:48.808 mv: when moving multiple files, last argument must be a directory
2005-02-22 10:22:48.808 Try `mv --help' for more information.

mv -f *.txt <path>\

2005-02-22 11:05:22.055 mv: when moving multiple files, last argument must be a directory
2005-02-22 11:05:22.055 Try `mv --help' for more information.
2005-02-22 11:05:22.055
Med Images

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The mv command with wildcards is not working for us either. Has anyone found a solution yet?


carthaus wrote:
this is my move command, but it doesn't work

mv -f *.txt <path>\*.txt

2005-02-22 10:22:48.808 mv: when moving multiple files, last argument must be a directory
2005-02-22 10:22:48.808 Try `mv --help' for more information.

mv -f *.txt <path>\

2005-02-22 11:05:22.055 mv: when moving multiple files, last argument must be a directory
2005-02-22 11:05:22.055 Try `mv --help' for more information.
2005-02-22 11:05:22.055
martin
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Sorry, but I have no idea what you are doing? Are you referring to your custom command or "move to" command with SCP protocol?
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