[xubuntu-users] Why can't I copy tese files?

Marc Coevoet marcc at dommel.be
Fri Mar 1 12:25:42 UTC 2013


Hello,

I have a more general question, not ubuntu based, more shell/cmd:

I want to copy my disc, but these files pos a problem:

marc at sony:~$  ls 
openlayers/dev.openlayers.org/releases/OpenLayers-1.0/tests/
README.txt                    test_Icon.html
data_Layer_Text_textfile.txt  test_Layer.html
index.html                    test_Layer_Markers.html
index.html?C=D;O=A            test_Layer_Text.html
index.html?C=M;O=A            test_Layer_WMS.html
index.html?C=N;O=D            test_LonLat.html
index.html?C=S;O=A            test_Map.html
list-tests.html               test_Marker.html
run-tests.html                test_Pixel.html
test_Bounds.html              test_Popup.html
test_Control.html             test_Size.html
test_Control_PanZoom.html     test_Tile.html
test_Control_PanZoomBar.html  test_Tile_Image.html
test_Events.html              test_Util.html
test_Feature.html             throws.js


The files index.html?...;...  pose a problem.  Why?

Of course, a cp  should copy ...

I get these errors:
cp: cannot create regular file 
`/media/marc/maxtor/marc2013/openlayers/dev.openlayers.org/releases/OpenLayers-1.0/doc/index.html?C=D;O=A': 
Invalid argument
cp: cannot create regular file 
`/media/marc/maxtor/marc2013/openlayers/dev.openlayers.org/releases/OpenLayers-1.0/doc/index.html?C=N;O=D': 
Invalid argument
cp: cannot create regular file 
`/media/marc/maxtor/marc2013/openlayers/dev.openlayers.org/releases/OpenLayers-1.0/doc/index.html?C=M;O=A': 
Invalid argument
cp: cannot create regular file 
`/media/marc/maxtor/marc2013/openlayers/dev.openlayers.org/releases/OpenLayers-1.0/doc/index.html?C=S;O=A': 
Invalid argument


Did some "free/commercial" developer screw up the cp command?

Marc
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